Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Jake Odorizzi left June 5’s game against the Seattle Mariners with tightness in his left side. 

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Odorizzi‘s fate to be discovered Monday

Saturday, June 6

Still without a diagnosis, Odorizzi told Roger Mooney of the Tampa Tribune that he will see a doctor on Monday:

While the Rays pitcher says he feels fine, his manager, Kevin Cash, told Mooney that Odorizzi might be making a stint on the disabled list:

After leaving the game on June 5, Odorizzi told ESPN.com“Just that last pitch. It just tightened up, grabbed me. That was it. You never felt something like that before. It’s kind of startling. But it let go.”

Despite his 4-5 record, Odorizzi has a 2.47 ERA with 63 strikeouts in 76.2 innings pitched. If he’s on the shelf for an extended period of time, the Rays will have to find a replacement for the fourth-lowest ERA in the American League.

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