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Peralta was traded to the Dodgers on Thursday, Roger Mooney of the Tampa Tribune reports.

Peralta pitched 63.1 innings out of the bullpen for the Rays in 2014, posting a 4.41 ERA and 1.18 WHIP with 74 strikeouts and just 15 walks over that span. The 38-year-old will head to the Dodgers along with Adam Liberatore for Jose Dominguez and Greg Harris.

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Peralta's $2.5 million option was picked up by the Rays on Monday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Peralta wasn't overly impressive in 2014, allowing 31 runs on 60 hits and 15 walks over 63.1 innings and finishing the season with an ERA over 4.00 for the first time since he was with the Rockies in 2009. It's possible the 38-year-old's age has caught up with him, but the Rays will afford him another opportunity to pitch out of their bullpen in 2015.

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Peralta worked one inning of relief in Sunday's 3-0 loss to the Red Sox, surrendering a run on two hits while striking out one.

Peralta has mostly struggled out of the Rays' bullpen in recent weeks. Over his last eight outings, dating back to August 12, the veteran reliever has posted a lofty 5.59 ERA while allowing the opposition to hit at a .308 clip across 9.2 innings.

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Rays activated RHP Joel Peralta from the 15-day disabled list.

Peralta was out for 15 days after contracting the chikungunya virus while vacationing in the Dominican Republic over the All-Star break. The right-hander threw a scoreless rehab inning on Saturday in High-A ball.

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Joel Peralta (virus) will be activated from the disabled list on Monday.

Peralta will miss the minimum amount of time with the chikungunya virus, which he contracted over the All-Star break in his native Dominican Republic. The reliever was cleared to return after throwing a scoreless inning for High-A Charlotte on Saturday in his lone rehab appearance.

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Rays placed RHP Joel Peralta on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to July 13, with a virus.

The belief is that Peralta caught the chikungunya virus in the Dominican Republic over the All-Star break. It's an illness that is transferred by mosquitoes in the Caribbean and can cause nasty symptoms for over a week. He should be fine by the end of this month.

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Joel Peralta (virus) is expected to be placed on the disabled list.

Peralta believes that he acquired the chikungunya virus, an illness transferred by mosquitoes in the Caribbean, which is where Peralta spent his All-Star break. He would be placed on the disabled list retroactive to July 13, setting him up to return within a few days assuming he feels up to it. Jeff Beliveau is the most likely replacement on the active roster.

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Joel Peralta believes he has the chikungunya virus.

It's an illness transferred by mosquitoes in the Caribbean, where Peralta spent his All-Star break. The symptoms typically last over a week and the Rays might place him on the disabled list retroactive to July 13. The right-handed reliever should be fine eventually.

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Joel Peralta was unavailable for the Sunday's game against the Twins due to an illness.

The Rays needed all hands on deck to preserve a two-run victory over the Twins on Sunday, and it wound up being Kirby Yates who cleaned up Grant Balfour's mess by recording the final two outs. Peralta should be fine in a day or two.

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Joel Peralta and Kirby Yates combined to blow the Rays' two-run lead in the ninth Wednesday against the Royals.

With Grant Balfour, Jake McGee and Brad Boxberger having been used to get four outs in the seventh and eighth, Peralta was meant to pitch the ninth in a 4-2 game. Peralta, though, was pulled after retiring one of the three batters he faced, with Yates taking over. Yates, who hadn't recorded a win, loss, save, hold or blown save since being called up over a month ago, immediately gave up a three-run homer to Salvador Perez, and the Rays went on to lose 5-4. We're guessing Maddon won't be using this tactic again anytime soon. Ideally, he'd prefer to save Balfour or McGee or even Boxberger for the ninth.