John Jaso (wrist) could begin a rehab assignment before the end of the week.
John Jaso (wrist) will join the Rays on their road trip and take batting practice on the field.
John Jaso (wrist) took batting practice in the cage on Saturday.
John Jaso (wrist) will hit off the tee on Friday and is hopeful that he'll be able to finish his rehab by the All-Star break.
John Jaso (wrist) said Thursday that he's making progress with his rehab.
John Jaso (wrist) is scheduled to take fly balls and ground balls Tuesday.
John Jaso (wrist) has been taking swings off a tee, but Rays manager Kevin Cash admitted it's "still kind of a slow work in progress" for the designated hitter.
John Jaso (wrist) has been taking dry swings.
John Jaso (wrist) has not started participating in baseball activities yet.
Rays transferred C John Jaso from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
John Jaso (wrist) played catch Friday without a glove on his left hand.
Rays manager Kevin Cash said Wednesday that the swelling has not gone down in John Jaso's wrist.
Rays placed C/DH John Jaso on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to April 7, with a left wrist contusion.
Roger Mooney of the Tampa Tribune reports that the Rays will "likely" place John Jaso (wrist) on the disabled list.