Marlins pitcher Carter Capps (elbow) is expected to throw one more bullpen session during the Marlins' upcoming home stand before being activated from the disabled list, the Miami Herald reports. He tossed a bullpen session Friday without issue and is now on track to get a couple of innings in with the Marlins before the season ends. Regardless of how much work he's able to get in over the final two weeks, 2015 was a success for the up-and-down flame thrower. He's posted a 1.16 ERA and 0.81 WHIP over 31 innings this season with a devastating 58 strikeouts in that time.
Marlins right-handed reliever Carter Capps (elbow) is scheduled to throw a simulated game Friday in Washington, the Associated Press reports. If everything goes well in the sim game Capps could return at some point next week, although there may not be enough time for him to make a notable fantasy impact.
Marlins relief pitcher Carter Capps threw a bullpen session on Tuesday without feeling any pain, according to the Miami Herald. Capps, who is on the 15-day disabled list, could return as early as next week.
Marlins pitcher Carter Capps is experiencing discomfort when he throws off a mound, reports Fox Sports Florida. Capps is on the disabled list with a right elbow strain, but he does not experience the pain when he throws off flat ground. He is expected to return before the season ends.
Marlins pitcher Carter Capps is eligible to return from the disabled list on Monday, but he won't be ready by then, per MLB.com. Capps has been sidelined with a right elbow strain. Before returning, he'll need to pitch in at least one minor league rehab game at Class A Jupiter. He could be ready to return to the team as soon as late in the week.