Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Thursday that starting pitcher Jered Weaver will return to the rotation next week if his bullpen session this weekend goes well, the Orange County Register reports.
Weaver struck out nine while allowing one run in a start during extended spring training Wednesday. He's made just two starts for the Angels this season, allowing six earned runs in 11 innings.
Angels starting pitcher Jered Weaver (arm) took the hill for an extended spring start Wednesday. The right-hander struck out nine in 5 2/3 innings, while allowing one run on six hits.
Manager Mike Scioscia said Tuesday it was possible Weaver could be ready to come off the 15-day disabled list after making his extended spring start Wednesday.
Mike Trout hit for the cycle last night, the Angels have won three in a row, and Jered Weaver could be returning from the DL next week. Things are looking up for the Angels. Of course, the most important part of those three positive signs is the potential return of Jered Weaver. As long as all goes well with his extended spring training start today, the Angels could activate him.
Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Tuesday that it is possible starter Jered Weaver is activated after his extended spring training appearance Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reports. Weaver is recovering from a fractured radius in his left arm.
Angels starting pitcher Jered Weaver (arm) is expected to throw a simulated game in extended spring training Wednesday, according to the Los Angeles Daily News. It's an important step in his recovery from a fractured radius in his left arm.