Salazar (shoulder) threw live batting practice for the first time this season Tuesday, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports. Salazar is still recovering from the shoulder surgery he underwent last June. He suffered a brief setback in early May but has been back throwing for a couple weeks. His return timeline remains unclear.
Salazar (shoulder) has been throwing side sessions, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports. Salazar has been cleared to resume throwing after being shut down for a few days following a shoulder setback. The right-hander will likely need to ramp up his throwing program before a timetable for his return comes into focus.
Salazar will be shut down for a few days with a shoulder setback, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports. Salazar has been throwing bullpens for over a month, but something didn't feel right after his most recent one. He visited with the doctor who performed his shoulder surgery last June and has been told to back off for now. He remains without a clear timeline to return to the field.
Salazar (shoulder) has been throwing two bullpens per week at extended spring training, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports. Salazar is working his way back from shoulder surgery that he underwent last June. While this is an encouraging step for the right-hander -- as he had previously been limited to long toss -- he remains without a concrete timetable for his return.
Salazar was placed on the 60-day injured list Sunday, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports. Salazar has yet to resume throwing off a mound after undergoing shoulder surgery last June, so this move shouldn't impact his recovery timeline. The 29-year-old is throwing from 180 feet as he continues his rehab, with mound work being the next step in his progression. There is no firm timetable for Salazar's return at this point.
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