Warren (back) threw a 25-pitch bullpen session Saturday, Erik Boland of Newsday reports. Everything went off without a hitch in Warren's second bullpen in less than a week, so he'll progress to a simulated game Tuesday before the Yankees reevaluate him. If everything goes well during Tuesday's simulated outing, Warren will likely rejoin the Yankees' bullpen for Wednesday's game against the Rays. He'll return to his role as one of the primary setup men out of New York's bullpen.
Warren (back) will throw a bullpen session prior to Wednesday's game against Minnesota, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Warren threw a pair of side sessions this past weekend and was able to go through a long-toss session Tuesday in preparation for Wednesday's time on the mound. Moving forward, the right-hander will require another bullpen, and possibly a simulated game Sunday, according to Brendan Kuty of NJ Advance Media. If all checks out during his next outing, Warren should be able to rejoin the Yankees' bullpen by the beginning of next week.
Warren (back) threw both Saturday and Sunday and is hoping to play long toss Tuesday, Dan Martin of the New York Post reports. Warren got through the weekend sessions without incident, and it appears as though he'll throw a full bullpen session Wednesday -- his first since landing on the disabled list -- if all goes well Tuesday.
Warren (back) will throw off flat ground for the first time since landing on the 10-day DL on Sept. 6, Pete Caldera of the Bergen Record reports. Warren was expected to miss two weeks upon the initial diagnosis of his back injury, and it appears as though he may need a little more time, likely pushing his return back to at least the beginning of the Toronto series next weekend. If all goes well during Saturday's side session, Warren will need to toss a bullpen in the coming days to see if he's ready to rejoin the big-league staff. Over the course of the 2017 season, the right-hander has posted a 2.40 ERA and 0.89 WHIP during 56.1 innings.
Warren will rest his ailing back for two weeks, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Warren landed on the disabled list Wednesday with lower back spasms that cropped up over the weekend. While he's eligible to return on Sept. 12, the Yankees will give him some extra time to get over the issue. Once he returns, he'll reclaim his role as one of the Yankees' main setup men.
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