Logan Forsythe 2B/SS.. TB 5 Days

Logan Forsythe went 0-for-3 before being pulled for a pinch-hitter Monday against the Orioles.

Forsythe is 5-for-28 with no RBI, one run scored and one walk through 10 games with the Rays. He's likely in line for less playing time against right-handers until he starts to produce.

Logan Forsythe 2B/SS.. TB 3 Months

Rays acquired INF Logan Forsythe, RHPs Brad Boxberger, Matt Andriese, Matt Lollis and INF Maxx Tissenbaum from the Padres for LHP Alex Torres and RHP Jesse Hahn.

Forsythe batted just .214/.281/.332 over 75 games last season while battling plantar fasciitis, but he showed some potential in 2012 and can play all over the diamond. The 27-year-old is a bit redundant with Sean Rodriguez around, but the Rays clearly think he can play an important role.

Logan Forsythe 2B/SS.. TB 3 Months

According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports, at least five players are involved in the Logan Forsythe trade between the Padres and Rays.

Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish previously reported that four players were involved. As of now, we know that Forsythe will be headed to the Rays and Alex Torres will be acquired by San Diego. Passan adds that the deal is agreed to, but not finalized.

Logan Forsythe 2B/SS.. TB 3 Months

Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish reports that the Rays will acquire infielder Logan Forsythe from the Padres in a four-player trade.

Cotillo reported Monday that "a number of teams" had called the Padres about Forsythe, but the Rays had the most appealing offer on the table. It's apparently a two-for-two swap, with left-hander Alex Torres likely to head to San Diego. It appears that each team will also receive a prospect in the deal. Forsythe batted just .214/.281/.332 over 75 games last season while battling plantar fasciitis, but he's versatile and has performed well against left-handers in his career. He looks like a perfect fit for Joe Maddon, though it's a bit surprising to see the Rays give up Torres.

Logan Forsythe 2B/SS.. TB 3 Months

Chris Cotillo of MLBDailyDish.com reports that "a number of teams" have called the Padres to express interest in Logan Forsythe.

FOX Sports' Jon Morosi reported last week that the Yankees had interest in Forsythe, but it appears they're not the only ones. The 27-year-old batted just .214/.281/.332 over 75 games last season while battling plantar fasciitis, but he hit a much better .273/.343/.390 the year prior. Forsythe can play second base, third base and shortstop and has also spent a little bit of time in the outfield.

Logan Forsythe 2B/SS.. TB 3 Months

FOX Sports' Jon Morosi reports that the Yankees have "made a trade inquiry to the Padres about their infield depth," with Logan Forsythe being the "most realistic target."

Morosi notes that the Yankees' farm system is "not strong enough to acquire Chase Headley." Forsythe would make sense, though, as he could platoon with Kelly Johnson at third base and also provide an option at second. The 27-year-old batted just .214/.281/.332 over 75 games last season while battling plantar fasciitis, but he hit a much better .273/.343/.390 the year prior.

Logan Forsythe 2B/SS.. TB 7 Months

Logan Forsythe has been limited lately as he deals with plantar fasciitis in his right foot.

Forsythe has had just five at-bats since September 5 because of the ailment, and he'll likely continue to be limited the rest of the way. He'll receive a cortisone shot the day after the season ends and will wear a protective boot for a month in hopes the issue will heal on its own. If not, he'll have to have surgery to correct it. It's unclear what impact, if any, that might have on his availability for the start of the 2014 season.

Logan Forsythe 2B/SS.. TB 7 Months

Logan Forsythe connected a pinch-hit go-ahead RBI single in the eighth inning to lead the Padres to a 4-3 win over the Braves on Friday.

After Chase Headley hit a game-tying solo homer off Jordan Walden, Forsythe knocked in the go-ahead run with a single to right-center off Scott Downs. The 26-year-old has been dealing with a recurrence of plantar fasciitis in his foot, so he is unlikely to make a major impact over the final couple of weeks of the season.

Logan Forsythe 2B/SS.. TB 7 Months

Logan Forsythe is again dealing with plantar fasciitis in his right foot.

Forsythe was bothered by the same issue earlier this year. He might not play much down the stretch.

Logan Forsythe 2B/SS.. TB 8 Months

Logan Forsythe went 2-for-4 with a triple, RBI and run scored in Friday's game against the Cubs.

Forsythe started at short and is up to seven games played at that position. NL-owners appreciate Forsythe for his versatility more than his bat. He's hitting just .234/.309/.363 but has seen time this season at second base (33 games played), third base (3), right field (3) and left field (8), in addition to his recent work at short. Forsythe should have a platoon advantage against southpaws, but he's posted a lower OPS against lefties (.666 in 55 ABs) than righties (.675 in 116 ABs) so far.