Beachy (elbow) returned to the Dodgers' spring training complex in June after recovering from a PRP injection, the Orange County Register reports. He still hasn't pitched in a game in 2016, and it's reasonable to think that he will be limited to a bullpen role if he's able to get back on the mound in game situations before the end of the season.
Beachy (elbow) has left the team's spring training complex in Arizona and went home, the Dodgers' official site reports. There hasn't been any official word from the club, but signs would seem to point to Beachy having more issues with his arm.
Beachy has ceased throwing activities due to the tendinitis in his elbow, Eric Stephen of SB Nation reports. Beachy was making progress, but seems to have re-aggravated the tendinitis, as he is no longer throwing. There is no timetable for his return.
Beachy (arm) resumed throwing off a mound Saturday, J.P Hoonstra of the Los Angeles News Group reports. Beachy has been battling arm tendinitis since early March, but he was finally able to get back on the mound Saturday after being given a week to rest following a disastrous outing against Arizona. He'll likely need a few more mound sessions before he can be considered a go for game action, however. Look for Beachy to start the year at Triple-A despite the rash of injuries to the back end of the Dodgers' rotation.
Beachy has been diagnosed with mild tendinitis in his right arm, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. Entering Friday's start, Beachy had conceded no runs across five innings in two spring appearances, but the tables quickly turned. In addition to a 40-pitch second inning, he was removed in the third when he was unable to set down any of the first three batters. Because he has a pair of Tommy John surgeries on the medical chart, the Dodgers will take it easy with the non-roster invitee with the hope he'll reenter the competition for the final spot in the rotation.
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