BOSTON — TheRight-hander A day after leaving his start in vs. The, he was placed on the 10-day injured-list Sunday with a low grade strained Hamstring. .
To fill his spot on the roster, the team activated the right-hander, who was on IL with right biceps straininitis.
Manager Rocco baldelli said that Gray would not miss more than one game at Fenway Park on Sunday.
Gray (O-1 allowed a homerThe right hamstring tightness caused by Minnesota's loss to 4-0 was felt in the second inning. The 32-year old was purchased from the in a trade last month.
During that inning, Gray appeared to be stumbling at the bottom of his mound as he was following up on a pitch. Baldelli, along with the training staff, made it to Gray's mound to check on his condition. The television cameras clearly recorded Gray saying “hamstring.”
Gray has now added the Twins to his roster of major-league teams. Gray began with theBefore stopping with the Reds. He was a hitter in Cincinnati's last season, going 7-9 with a 4.19 ERA. Minnesota has high hopes Gray, who has played in two All-Star Games (2015 and 2019) and is currently 82-73.
Baldelli declared last month, “This guy is an elite pitcher and as someone to join our group within our clubhouse,” “You can't ask for more from an addition.”
This report was compiled by the Associated Press.