Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow is making his first start in nearly four months this afternoon against the Toronto Blue Jays, and he certainly looks healthy.

Glasnow showcased a lively heater in his return, even touching 100 miles per hour:

In fact, Glasnow actually averaged 99 mph on his fastball in the first inning:

The 26-year-old can complement the fastball with a filthy curveball, and the action on his breaking pitches would appear to indicate he is back to full strength:

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Glasnow pitched two innings, giving up one hit (a two-run homer to Jays outfielder Randal Grichuk) and striking out five in his first appearances since May 10.

The Rays acquired Glasnow from the Pittsburgh Pirates as part of the Chris Archer trade prior to the 2018 trade deadline, and he quickly proved that Tampa Bay got away with murder.

While Archer has been one of the worst starting pitchers in baseball, Glasnow was one of the best pitchers in the game over the course of the first two months. In his first eight starts, Glasnow went 6-1 with a 1.86 ERA and 0.910 WHIP to go along with a 10.2 K/9 mark, constantly overpowering opposing hitters with that fastball-curveball combination.

However, Glasnow hit the Injured List with a forearm strain, and a setback during the rehabilitation process made it unclear as to whether or not he would be able to pitch again this season. But he has progressed enough to give the Rays a necessary boost in the rotation.

Yonny Chirinos and Blake Snell are still out with injuries, so the Rays will likely look to ramp up Glasnow’s activity as they hope to hold on in the American League Wild Card race.