The Cardinals activated relief pitcher Matt Belisle off the 15-day disabled list on Saturday, according to MLB.com. Belisle was on the disabled list with a forearm injury.
Cardinals pitcher Matt Belisle recently threw a live batting practice session and is expected to throw another session in the next few days, reports the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. An elbow injury has kept him out since late June. Meanwhile, first baseman Matt Adams was able to conduct sprints close to full speed Saturday. He recently suffered a setback from his quad injury, but is expected to return in mid-September.
Cardinals pitcher Matt Belisle was able to throw a bullpen session Friday, reports MLB.com. It was the first time he threw off a mound since being placed on the disabled list with an elbow injury in late June.
Cardinals reliever Matt Belisle gave himself a positive report after a recent throwing session as he rehabs from right elbow inflammation. "I had a great long-toss session and a great mound session," he told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "I did real well today throwing all my pitches on flat ground and I'll be back on the mound tomorrow, so we're rolling." The veteran right-hander had performed well before going down in late June. If maintained, his 3.00 ERA would be his lowest since 2010.
Cardinals veteran reliever Matt Belisle, who has been sidelined for nearly two months with right elbow inflammation, is hoping to return in September, per MLB.com. Belisle, who will accompanying the team this weekend to the West Coast so it can monitor his progress, has been throwing on flat ground.