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TB Shane McClanahan
Tampa Bay Rays
2024 Projected Value: $0
Based on 10-team AL-only league

Estimated Return From Injury: 9/01/24

Player Stats      Daily Log
Year W L Sv Hold IP H BB SO ER ERA WHIP Rate
2024 proj 2 1 0 0 20.0 16 6 22 7 3.00 1.091 8.9
2023 11 2 0 0 115.0 95 41 121 42 3.29 1.183 50.5
2022 12 8 0 0 166.3 116 38 194 47 2.54 0.926 93.0
2021 10 6 0 0 123.3 120 37 141 47 3.43 1.273 48.5

Player News XML
Date News
2/14/24 Tampa Bay Rays Opened Spring Training With Questions At Multiple Positions. Regardless of the set of power rankings you preferred to peruse heading into spring training, the Tampa Bay Rays are once again somewhere in the top 10. For different reasons, Shane McClanahan, Jeffrey Springs, Drew Rasmussen and Tyler Glasnow are not preparing for Grapefruit League action. Then there is Wander Franco, or the lack of Wander Franco, whose future remains uncertain. Not that manager Kevin Cash and president of baseball operations Erik Neander are hanging their heads.
1/11/24 Rays sign 8 of 10 arbitration eligible players. The Tampa Bay Rays have agreed to terms for the 2024 season with eight of their 10 arbitration-eligible players, including a unique deal for rehabbing ace Shane McClanahan. Sugar Shane has signed a two-year, incentive laden contract while he recovers from Tommy John surgery, which he elected to have on August 21 last year, that will pay a base salary of $3.6 million in 2024 and 2025, with escalators for games started this season, which would increase his 2025 salary by $120,000 for each start. These incentives would seem to indicate that McClanahan could be ready for return near the end of the 2024 season (i.e. playoffs). The players agreed are listed below, descending in order of service time
12/16/23 Rays Have Plenty Of Rotation Options Following Tyler Glasnow Trade. When the Rays arrived for spring training in Lake Buena Vista 10 months ago, the rotation featured Shane McClanahan, Tyler Glasnow, Drew Rasmussen, Jeffrey Springs and Zach Eflin. The likes of Josh Fleming, Yonny Chirinos and Luis Patino were also in the mix with the possibility Taj Bradley,'s No. 20 prospect heading into 2023, would emerge at some point.
10/04/23 October Nathan Eovaldi is Different, Blue Jays Botch Big Moment, More Wild Card Takes. The Tampa Bay Rays started the year 13-0 and spent 12 of the first 13 weeks of the 2023 season in the No. 1 spot in B/R's weekly power rankings. Before the Atlanta Braves juggernaut offense hit its stride, they looked like the team to beat. It would be easy to point to injuries to Shane McClanahan, Jeffrey Springs and Drew Rasmussen in the starting rotation and sluggers Brandon Lowe and Luke Raley in the starting lineup. Or to say that this is a young roster, that the Texas Rangers offense was clicking, or that Nathan Eovaldi simply pitched a gem.
9/06/23 Rays' pitcher Shane McClanahan frustrated but determined after second Tommy John surgery. Tampa Bay Rays All-Star Shane McClanahan is frustrated but determined following his second Tommy John surgery. McClanahan met with the media for the first time before the Rays’ game Wednesday night against Boston since undergoing the procedure on Aug. 21. “I’m feeling about as good as I can be and, obviously, frustrated,” McClanahan said.

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