Musgrove said he should get up to 100 pitches Sunday against Boston, his second start since coming off the disabled list, Mark Eisenhauer of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Musgrove, who missed two starts due to inflammation in his right shoulder, last pitched Monday when he allowed two runs on five hits in a 75-pitch outing over 4.2 innings. Manager A.J. Hinch said Musgrove is not yet 100 percent but feels 100 pitches is a reasonable goal for the right-hander's second start.

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