May (back) will be activated from the disabled list Tuesday, Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Earlier Monday, there was some question as to the precise date of May's activation, but he'll indeed return to the Twins' bullpen in time for Tuesday's contest versus the A's. He could immediately be involved in high-leverage situations out of the bullpen due to the uncertain nature of the closing situation.
May (back) will not be activated from the DL until at least Tuesday and maybe a day or two longer, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. May appeared in games at Triple-A on Friday and Saturday, so he's ready to return. However, the Twins may wait another day or two to correspond with some other roster moves.
May (back) is expected to be activated from the disabled list Monday, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. In his recent rehab stint with Triple-A Rochester, May allowed one run on one hit and no walks while striking out six in 3.2 innings. Expect him to resume a role in middle relief, at the very least, upon his return to the 25-man roster.
May (back) threw a scoreless inning for a save Tuesday for Triple-A Rochester. He's given up one run in 1.2 innings in two rehab appearances. It's not clear how long he'll stay in Rochester, but it seems likely he could be activated from the DL next week.
May (back) will make a rehab appearance with Triple-A Rochester on Sunday, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Upon completion of another successful bullpen session Friday, May received the green light to join a minor league affiliate. It's not entirely clear how long he will remain with Rochester, but May pitched his way out of the setup job before hitting the DL and manager Paul Molitor may need some convincing to return May to a high-leverage role.