LUKE RALEY
#20 - OF
.118 in last 51AB
Transactions & Injuries
Date Description
2024
2024-06-28 Missed 1 game (shoulder soreness).
2024-06-26 Shoulder soreness, day-to-day.
2024-05-31 Missed 1 game (lat muscle injury).
2024-05-30 Lat muscle injury, day-to-day.
2024-01-05 Acquired from the Tampa Bay Rays The Seattle Mariners acquired outfielder/first baseman Luke Raley from the Tampa Bay Rays for infielder Jose Caballero.
2023
2023-10-03 Did not make the Tampa Bay Rays playoff roster (injured).
2023-10-02 Missed the last 9 regular season games (cervical strain).
2023-09-22 Cervical strain, 10-day injured list (retroactive to September 21st, 2023).
2023-09-21 Neck injury, day-to-day.
2023-09-20 Missed 3 games (neck stiffness).
2023-09-16 Neck stiffness, day-to-day.
2023-08-05 Missed 1 game (knee injury- right).
2023-08-04 Knee injury- right, day-to-day.
2023-06-24 Missed 1 game (hand injury- right).
2023-06-23 Hand injury- right, day-to-day.
2023-06-04 Missed 2 games (side soreness).
2023-06-03 Side soreness, day-to-day.
2022
2022-10-06 Recalled from Durham (AAA).
2022-08-16 Optioned to Durham (AAA).
2022-07-10 Recalled from Durham (AAA).
2022-07-01 Optioned to Durham (AAA).
2022-06-21 Recalled from Durham (AAA).
2022-04-06 Optioned to Durham (AAA).
2022-03-18 Acquired from the Los Angeles Dodgers The Tampa Bay Rays acquired outfielder Luke Raley from the Los Angeles Dodgers for pitcher Tanner Dodson.
2021
2021-10-08 Removed from the Los Angeles Dodgers playoff roster.
2021-10-06 Recalled from Oklahoma City (AAA).
2021-09-26 Optioned to Oklahoma City (AAA).
2021-09-21 Missed 17 games (undisclosed).
2021-09-01 Undisclosed, 60-day injured list.
2021-09-01 Recalled from Oklahoma City (AAA).
2021-07-31 Optioned to Oklahoma City (AAA).
2021-07-24 Recalled from Oklahoma City (AAA).
2021-06-17 Optioned to Oklahoma City (AAA).
2021-06-12 Recalled from Oklahoma City (AAA).
2021-05-21 Optioned to Oklahoma City (AAA).
2021-05-11 Recalled from Oklahoma City (AAA).
2021-05-05 Optioned to Oklahoma City (AAA).
2021-05-04 Recalled by the Los Angeles Dodgers from their alternate training site.
2021-04-29 Optioned by the Los Angeles Dodgers to their alternate training site.
2021-04-09 Recalled by the Los Angeles Dodgers from their alternate training site.
2021-03-15 Optioned to Oklahoma City (AAA).
2020
2020-09-30 Not on the Los Angeles Dodgers Wild Card playoff game roster.
2020-09-28 Recalled by the Los Angeles Dodgers from their alternate training site.
2020-03-09 Optioned to Oklahoma City (AAA).
2020-02-10 Acquired from the Minnesota Twins The Minnesota Twins acquired pitcher Kenta Maeda, catcher Jair Camargo and cash from the Los Angeles Dodgers for pitcher Brusdar Graterol, outfielder Luke Raley and a supplemental second-round draft pick in 2020.
2019-11-20 Contract purchased from Rochester (AAA).
2019
2019-03-08 Assigned by the Minnesota Twins to their minor league camp.
2019-02-09 Invited to spring training by the Minnesota Twins.
2018
2018-07-31 Acquired from the Los Angeles Dodgers The Los Angeles Dodgers acquired second baseman Brian Dozier from the Minnesota Twins for outfielder/first baseman Luke Raley, infielder Logan Forsythe and pitcher Devin Smeltzer.
2016
2016-06-17 Signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers.
2016-06-10 Drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 7th round (221st overall) in 2016.