BOSTON - Reliever Hunter Wood rejoined the Rays on Sunday, saying daughter Ricki Joe, born 5-6 weeks prematurely, is stable and should be released soon from the neo-natal intensive care unit at the Fayetteville, Ark., hospital where she was born Easter Sunday."She’s good,'' Wood said Sunday morning. "She’s off the oxygen now. She’s been off that for like two days. Right now it’s just feeding and stuff like that; she has to eat a certain amount and be showing she’s gaining weight every day.''Hunter and Hannah’s two sons, Rawling and Easton, had been born at 34 weeks and required NICU stays but they felt they were in better shape with Ricki Joe when Hannah’s doctors told her she had reached 36 weeks. But after Ricki Joe was born at 5 pounds, 11 ounces and started losing weight, plus had cloudy lungs, they said Hannah may have only been at 34 or 35 weeks."Because both of (the boys) spent time at NICU we knew everything that was going on, but it really doesn’t get any easier,'' Wood said."There was never any worry about (her making it). It's just stressful with her being in the hospital and ready for her to get home. At 36 weeks most kids are able to go home, because that's almost full term. So we were excited we made it this long. And all of a sudden you're not going home.''With family on both sides to help out, Hunter said he was able to get away from the hospital in short stints to play catch and threw two bullpen sessions during his week away.Their hope is that Ricki Joe will be released from the hospital in the next day or two, and there is a chance the family will be able to drive to Kansas City during the Rays’ four-day stay there.For now, Wood will stay in touch with Hannah and check in on a live feed he can access on his phone to watch Ricki Joe, which he showed off Sunday as well as photos."She’s a little girl, and she’s already got me wrapped around her finger bad,'' Wood said.