Beeler (elbow) has made four rehab appearances for Triple-A Iowa this month, giving up three hits and three runs in five innings. He has walked one and has not struck out a batter. The Cubs do not appear to be in any hurry to move Beeler up to the majors, so he'll probably continue to pitch for Iowa for the time being.
Beeler (elbow) made his first appearance of the season Friday, throwing two innings for Triple-A Iowa. Beeler has been on the DL all season with an elbow strain in his pitching arm, but he's currently rehabbing with Iowa. There's no guarantee he'll be brought up to Chicago when he's ready, which could be a couple of weeks from now.
Beeler (shoulder) threw an inning in extended spring training Wednesday, John Arguello of ChicagoNow.com reports. Beeler has been sidelined since the end of spring training with a shoulder issue, but it appears that he is making some progress on the road to recovery. It's unclear when he'll return to game action, but that should become clearer as he racks up more innings in extended spring training.
Beeler was placed on the DL with inflammation in his right shoulder, Carrie Muskat of MLB.com reports. Beeler's injury had previously been undisclosed by the Cubs. He did not pitch at all this spring and will likely be ticketed for Triple-A Iowa when his shoulder has improved.
Beeler (undisclosed) has been placed on the 15-day DL retroactive to March 25, MLB.com reports. Beeler is dealing with an undisclosed ailment, but even when healthy, is expected to spend the majority of 2016 in the minors.
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