Hit in Tampa Bay! Rays sends Chris Archer to disabled list on top

Tampa Bay Rays rreceived and shared a complicated news in the last hours because it was announced that Chris Archer has had to be placed on the disabled list for 10 days. The pitcher is suffering from ailments in the hip area, a situation for which he will have to pause his activity in the 2021 Season of MLB.

On the morning of this Sunday, September 12, it was reported that Chris Archer has landed on the Tampa Bay Rays disabled list with a hip injury, being a severe blow to the team’s starting rotation.

The pitcher abandoned his start on August 22 in the second inning due to tightness in the left hip area but managed to overcome it and started three subsequent games.

The 32-year-old pitcher has had a difficult season with injuries, missing about three months with a right forearm and had not played since April.

Chris Archer has only been able to make five starts in the 2021 MLB Season following his arrival at the Tampa Bay Rays from the Pittsburgh Pirates. In that time, he posted a 1-1 win-loss record and a 4.66 ERA.

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