Adams' (lat) bullpen session Tuesday was limited to fastballs, but he's slated to add in breaking pitches during his next session later this week, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. Adams seems to finally be gaining some momentum in his recovery. The right-hander has been on the injured list since early July, so when he does eventually work his way up to a rehab assignment, it's likely to be a fairly lengthy one.
Adams (lat) will throw a bullpen session Tuesday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. Adams has been throwing from 140 feet within the last week, and he's finally been given the green light to toss a side session. He's been on the shelf since July 6 with a Grade 1 shoulder strain, so he'll likely need to throw a bullpen or two before progressing to a sim game or live batting practice.
Adams (lat) has increased his throwing distance off flat ground to 140 feet and could be cleared for a bullpen session within the next few days, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. Adams has been sidelined since July 4, so after he advances to mound work and facing live hitters in batting practice, he'll presumably require multiple appearances in the minors before being deemed ready for activation. The right-handed reliever has already experienced one setback related to scar tissue in his shoulder, however, so the Mariners may be particularly cautious with the pace of his recovery.
Adams (shoulder), who'd been shut down from throwing earlier in the week, has been cleared to resume his prior activity level beginning Saturday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. A previous report had Adams throwing from a distance of 105 feet just over a week ago, but pain from scar tissue in his strained right shoulder led to a pause in his throwing program. The right-hander will need to demonstrate an ability to throw from 120 feet before progressing to a bullpen session as the next step in his recovery.
Adams (shoulder) is playing catch from 105 feet and is working toward a bullpen session, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. Adams will need to work up to 120 feet before he's able to partake in a bullpen session, but this latest reports implies he's not very far off that benchmark. The right-hander, who'd generated 16 scoreless appearances over 22 outings prior to his injury, will go on a rehab assignment before his eventual activation.