Robbie Ray RUMORS & NEWS

  • Diamondbacks send Robbie Ray back to Arizona after line drive to head

    Sporting News "Diamondbacks pitcher Robbie Ray is back in Phoenix to be examined by a neurologist after he was hit in the head by a line drive Friday. Ray was placed on the seven-day concussion list immediately, but was still going to travel with the Diamondbacks as they continued their road trip to face the..." August 03

  • Robbie Ray after line drive: 'Thankful it didn't end up worse'

    ESPN "Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Robbie Ray says he is grateful to be on his feet following a scary moment Friday when he was struck in the head by a line drive. "I could not be standing here right now," Ray said, according to The Arizona Republic. "I could be in a hospital. I'm very thankful for..." July 31

  • Robbie Ray thanks fans, says he's 'feeling much better already'

    ESPN "The Arizona Diamondbacks placed left-hander Robbie Ray on the 7-day concussion disabled list Saturday, a day after he was hit in the head by a line drive against the St. Louis Cardinals. Arizona also tweeted a statement from Ray, who thanked fans for their support over the last 24 hours. Ray..." July 29

  • Diamondbacks Pitcher Robbie Ray Takes 108-MPH Line Drive To The Head

    Deadspin "Cardinals first baseman Luke Voit sent a fastball from Diamondbacks pitcher Robbie Ray directly back where it came from in the second inning of tonight’s game. Voit’s line drive (measured at 108 miles per hour) zipped straight at Ray’s dome, sending him sprawling to the dirt. " July 28