ST. PETERSBURG — The Rays confirmed that LHP Drew Smyly has a torn labrum and made it clear — whether he opts for surgery or not — that he won't be pitching anytime soon."Obviously it's a devastating blow," manager Kevin Cash said. "We don't know much more beyond that, other than the fact that we know regardless of what happens, it's going to take some time for him to get where he needs to be to help us."Smyly went to Texas to get a second opinion from Rangers doctor Keith Meister and may get others before deciding whether to have season-ending surgery, which could sideline him into 2016, or try to rehab the injury with a slim shot of returning in September. Smyly, who was first diagnosed by team orthopedist Dr. Koco Eaton , was moved to the 60-day disabled list as a result of the tear, which was first reported by the Tampa Bay Times on Saturday.The Rays believe this is a new issue that surfaced after he had recovered from the shoulder tendinitis that sidelined him from spring training through late April."He felt good, he was still making progress getting his pitch count up, and then the (May 5) start in Boston, he kind of complained or expressed some tightness starting in between innings," Cash said. NEW GUY: RH reliever Preston Guilmet was claimed off waivers from Toronto and assigned to Triple-A Durham. Guilmet, 27, has 14 games of big-league experience in 2013-14 with the Indians (when Cash was the bullpen coach) and Orioles. He had a 1.26 ERA at Triple-A Buffalo this season. "I like what Guilmet does a lot," Cash said. "He throws strikes, he wants the ball." SIGNS OF THE TIMES: 3B Evan Longoria said there wasn't "anything in particular" he saw or heard the Yankees doing Tuesday that led him to go to the mound in the middle of Stephen Drew 's bases-loaded at-bat to tell C Rene Rivera and RHP Chris Archer to change their signs in the first inning."In that situation right there with two strikes, you want to feel like the pitcher has full control of the situation," he said, "and whatever pitch they decide to throw, they still have that element of deception."That would suggest either the Rays were tipping their pitches or the Yankees were stealing signs. That's even more interesting since Cash noted Monday the Yankees seemed to be on everything Alex Colome was throwing and said, "You scratch your head a little bit over some things."But, Longoria said, he can understand any team doing what it can to gain an advantage, as tough as it is to score."We're all trying to do it, it's as much part of the game as anything else," he said. "It's become so difficult these days to find any sort of an advantage offensively that I think everybody is trying to figure out ways to figure out pitches and score runs and do all of the things, obviously within the boundaries of the game, within the written and unwritten rules of the game, to where you can try and gain an advantage." CROWD CONTROL: Tuesday's gathering of 10,417 was the smallest crowd the Yankees have played before in a regularly scheduled game (non makeup) in more than 18 years, since a "crowd" of 8,018 in Milwaukee on April 17, 1997. MOORE WORK: LHP Matt Moore (Tommy John elbow surgery) felt fine but was unhappy with a lack of crispness in his third session facing hitters, throwing 34 pitches with a five-minute break between "innings." "I just felt a little bit out of whack," said Moore, who will throw to hitters Monday in Port Charlotte then hopes to start a rehab assignment, eyeing a mid to late June return. MORE MEDICAL: LHP Jake McGee (elbow surgery) worked a one-hit inning for Triple-A Durham in his sixth and potentially last rehab appearance. Depending on how he recovers, he could join the Rays on Friday. … OF Desmond Jennings says his sore left knee is improving, and he has been jogging outside the Trop on grass, but he has no timetable for a return: "It's great that it's getting better; it took forever." … RHP Alex Cobb is scheduled to have Tommy John surgery today. … INF Nick Franklin (oblique) went 0-for-3 in a rehab game for Durham. NOT-SO-MINOR MATTER: Advanced Class A RHP Buddy Borden , acquired from the Pirates for INF Sean Rodriguez , threw a seven-inning no-hitter Wednesday for the Stone Crabs in a 5-0 win at Clearwater, the 13th no-no in franchise history, with the help of a triple play. The Crabs allowed only one hit in the second game.Tuesday, Double-A LHP Blake Snell threw seven scoreless innings for the Biscuits, running his season-starting streak between Charlotte and Montgomery to 40 innings. MISCELLANY: SS Asdrubal Cabrera 's second-inning RBI double was his 1,000th career hit, the 11th active switch-hitter to get there: "It's kind of special." … RHP Jake Odorizzi , still recovering from the flu, will fly ahead to Minneapolis this afternoon.