Jake McGee (shin) is available for Friday's game against the Orioles.
Jake McGee (shin) thinks he'll be available out of the bullpen Friday.
Jake McGee was pulled from Thursday's game against the Tigers because of a left shin contusion.
Rays manager Joe Maddon said Wednesday night that Jake McGee is not in danger of being demoted.
Jake McGee was lit up for five runs in two-thirds of an inning by the Orioles in Tuesday's opener.
Jake McGee has been unscored upon in his last eight appearances, sporting a 10/1 K/BB ratio across 6 1/3 innings over that time.
Rays recalled LHP Jake McGee from Triple-A Durham.
Rays optioned LHP Jake McGee to Triple-A Durham.
Jake McGee allowed a run on two hits and a walk in an inning of relief during Thursday's loss to the White Sox.
Jake McGee has won a spot in the Rays' bullpen.
Rays manager Joe Maddon reiterated his desire Thursday to use a closer-by-committee this season.
Jake McGee said Tuesday in camp that he wants to be the Rays' closer this season.
Rays manager Joe Maddon has confirmed that Jake McGee will be used as a reliever this season.
Rays pitching coach Jim Hickey said the team will treat Jake McGee as a starter entering spring training.