Koehler (shoulder) has progressed to throwing off flat ground from 75 feet, the Associated Press reports. Koehler kicked off a throwing program at extended spring training last week and is expected to remain in Arizona until he's ready to begin a minor-league rehab assignment. The right-hander was transferred to the 60-day disabled list shortly after Opening Day and won't be eligible for activation until late May at the soonest.
Koehler (shoulder) will begin a throwing program Friday at extended spring training, Pedro Moura of The Athletic Los Angeles reports. Koehler suffered a capsule strain in his shoulder early on during spring training. He reportedly has been participating in daily activities pain-free for about a month now. He'll finally take the next step in his rehab program, though he's likely still a ways away from a full return to action given how long it's been since he's thrown a ball. Koehler is eligible to return from the disabled list May 26.
Koehler (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Monday. Koehler was shifted to the 60-day DL in order to open up a 40-man roster spot for Jesus Liranzo, who was acquired from the Orioles in a trade Monday. The 31-year-old Koehler remains without a timetable for his return as he continues to work his way back from a sprained shoulder capsule, but now he won't be eligible to return until May 26 at the earliest.
Koehler (shoulder) was placed on the 10-day disabled list Thursday, Eric Stephen of TrueBlueLA.com reports. Koehler continues to work his way back from a sprained shoulder capsule that he suffered at the beginning of March. It's still unclear where he's at in his rehab, so his timetable remains unclear at the moment. Koehler is expected to serve as a long reliever once healthy, while he could also be an option as a spot starter.
Koehler (shoulder) is pain-free for nearly all daily activities, but it's unclear when he will be able to begin throwing, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. He is going to open the season on the disabled list while he recovers from a sprained shoulder capsule. Koehler has been freed from the restraint device that kept his right arm at his side, and the next progression will likely be some sort of soft-toss program. While Koehler will be an option as a spot starter, he is more likely to spend the bulk of the season serving as a long reliever.
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