Matt Harvey (glute) threw off a mound Wednesday in Angels camp.
It was his first time doing so since he suffered a minor glute strain last week during early-spring agility drills. Harvey told reporters at the time that the injury was very minor, and that's clearly the case. The right-hander should be ready to start in the first week of the regular season for the Angels, who signed him to a one-year, $11 million contract in December.(více...)
Matt Harvey (glute) will throw off a mound on Wednesday.
Harvey suffered a glute strain during agility drills last Wednesday, but he's recovered more quickly than initially expected. Barring any setbacks, it shouldn't take him long to catch up with the other pitchers in camp.(více...)
Matt Harvey (glute) has resumed throwing.
Harvey suffered a glute strain during agility drills last Wednesday and was expected to be sidelined for 10 days, so it's a good sign that he's already throwing. It's unclear when he'll be ready for a bullpen session, so he still might be a bit behind some of the other pitchers in camp, but there's still plenty of time for him to get ready for the season.(více...)
Harvey will miss a week and a half of action after straining his glute during agility drills Thursday, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
The oft-injured pitcher hit another roadblock in his career, this time before the season even started. Thankfully, it's early enough in spring training that Harvey will still likely be ready for the start of the regular season. Naturally, things can change over the course of spring training, but more on his status will become known once he attempts a return to action in a week and a half.(více...)
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