Rays reliever Raley to miss Canada trip over vaccine issue

Tampa Bay reliever Brooks Raley will miss the Rays' five-game

four-day series at Toronto since players should be vaccinated against Coronavirus to enter Canada

Rays manager Kevin Cash said Sunday that Raley will be the only player not making the trip

Raley will lose $93,407 of his $4.25 million compensation during the series, which runs from Monday to Thursday

He relinquished a similar sum when he missed the Rays' most memorable series at Toronto this year, from June 30 to July 3, carrying his complete misfortune to $186,814

A 34-year-old left-hander, Raley is 1-1 with a 2.03 Period and six recoveries in 52 appearances this season

Unvaccinated outsiders can't enter Canada. MLB and the players' affiliation concurred that players incapable to enter the nation be put on the limited rundown.

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