Honeywell (elbow) was shut down from throwing Tuesday due to potential nerve issue in his upper arm, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Honeywell recently resumed playing catch after being shut down because of right elbow soreness in mid-April, and is now dealing with a possible nerve issue. The 24-year-old underwent Tommy John surgery in February 2018 and originally planned a mid-summer return, but is now facing an uncertain outlook for the near future.
Honeywell (elbow) has resumed playing catch but has not yet been cleared to resume throwing off a mound, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Honeywell has been working his way back from Tommy John surgery but suffered a setback after experiencing soreness following an extended-spring outing in mid-April. It remains unclear when he's expected to get back on the mound.
Honeywell will be shut down for at least a few days after experiencing soreness in his surgically-repaired elbow, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
He threw an inning in an extended spring training game over the weekend and was scheduled to throw again Thursday, but those plans were nixed due to this setback. Honeywell, who underwent Tommy John surgery in February of 2018, was trending toward a return to game action sometime in late May, but that date can now be pushed back at least a week or two.
Honeywell (elbow) threw an inning in an extended spring game in Port Charlotte on Saturday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Honeywell reportedly got through his outing in strong fashion, clocking between 91 and 94 mph through his one frame. The outing marked his first time back on the bump since February 2018 Tommy John surgery. Although he still remains some time away from being considered for activation, the 24-year-old right-hander appears to be on the right track in his recovery.
Honeywell (elbow) will pitch one inning or 25 pitches in an extended spring game Saturday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Honeywell will take the hill in a live game for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery in February of 2018. He's expected to remain on the injured list for at least another month before the Rays even consider calling him up to the major leagues.
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