Rays recall shortstop prospect Willy Adames from Triple-A Durham

Rookie Willy Adames, recalled earlier in the day from Triple-A Durham, drove in two runs in Monday night's game for the Tampa Bay Rays, who won for only the second time in 11 games.

Adames, who was recalled after the Rays placed infielder Daniel Robertson on the 10-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring, played three games last month with Tampa Bay while infielder Joey Wendle was on paternity leave, and hit his first major league homer off Boston ace Chris Sale in his debut on May 22.

Robertson was hurt in the first inning of Sunday's game against Seattle.

The Rays also announced Monday that pitcher Chris Archer, who has been on the 10-day disabled list with a left abdominal strain, will not pitch in a simulated game on Tuesday, as planned. Archer threw a bullpen session Saturday and had hoped to rejoin the rotation next weekend.

"He woke up today feeling not that great,'' manager Kevin Cash said, "so we're going to take a little bit more of a conservative approach.''

Adames joined 22-year-old first baseman Jake Bauers on the big league roster. Bauers, who also drove in two runs in Monday's 8-4 win over the Toronto Blue Jays, was called up last week when infielder Brad Miller was designated for assignment.

Miller, dealt to Milwaukee on Sunday, joined outfield Denard Span and closer Alex Colome as veteran players traded this season by Tampa Bay.

Shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria, scheduled Monday to start a minor league rehab assignment for a hamstring injury with Class A Charlotte, catcher Wilson Ramos, and pitchers Chris Archer and Nathan Eovaldi are among other veterans that might be moved before the trade deadline.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.