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DetroitTigers wrote:You don't hear much about tricep injuries with pitchers. Can this be considered as serious as an elbow or shoulder injury for a pitcher?? I'm not really sure how to guage how serious of an injury this is...
John Lackey, on the DL because of a triceps strain, has extended his long-toss program to 120 feet and, Scioscia said, has been "throwing aggressively" off flat ground at 60 feet.
Lackey is scheduled to begin throwing off a mound this week and, barring a setback, could return to the rotation in the first half of May.
Apr. 12 - 10:08 am et
John Lackey threw a 30-pitch bullpen session Thursday.
Lackey threw only fastballs, but showed nice progress. "He looked great," manager Mike Scioscia said. "He really threw the ball well, nice and easy." Lackey is expected to return in early May.
Apr. 13 - 3:47 pm et
John Lackey (triceps) threw 47 pitches off the mound prior to Sunday's game.
Lackey mixed in breaking balls for the first time today. "It was another positive step," pitching coach Mike Butcher said. "We don’t want to get too far ahead of ourselves but right now he looks good."
Apr. 17 - 8:29 am et
According to the Los Angeles Times, John Lackey (triceps) "appears on track to return in about three weeks."
Lackey pitched a one-inning simulated game Wednesday and said afterward that he felt "really good." He's scheduled to throw another simulated game Saturday, at which point he could be cleared to begin a minor league rehab assignment that's expected to last 3-4 starts.
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