The Rays will be without one of their big power hitters for a significant stretch of time.
The team announced that outfielder Wil Myers, who visited a hand specialist today, found out he has a slight stress fracture in his injured wrist, and will miss at least two months of the season with his injury.
The Rays say Myers will be in a cast from five to six weeks before he can start rehabbing his wrist.
Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times was the first to report the injury.
Bad news on #Rays Myers - out at least 2 months. Has slight stress fracture, in cast 5-6 weeks, then starts rehab— Marc Topkin (@TBTimes_Rays) June 3, 2014