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The Blue Jays activated Mitch White off the 60-day injured list on Friday.
White had been sidelined all season due to a right elbow injury. He will join the Blue Jays bullpen likely in a long relief role.
Mitch White threw a bullpen session last Sunday and is tentatively scheduled to throw another one on Wednesday.
White was pulled from his rehab assignment as he continues to deal with right shoulder fatigue. He is expected to return to the Blue Jays at some point in June.
Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Mitch White threw a two-inning simulated game on Saturday.
White dealt with a shoulder issue in camp but is now working his way back from right elbow inflammation. Following the simulated game, White could move in the direction of a rehab assignment at a low level before joining Triple-A Buffalo. The right-hander worked to a 5.45 ERA across 99 innings between the Dodgers and Blue Jays last season.
Mitch White is scheduled to pitch in a minor-league game on Wednesday.
White is aiming for around 50 pitches over three innings. He continues to slowly ramp up as he returns from a shoulder injury.
Mitch White is expected to ramp up and pitch this week, after being sidelined with a right shoulder impingement.
White suffered the impingement in January and is focused on building up his innings prior to the regular season. It appears that he is headed for a long-relief role in the bullpen, which should leave him off fantasy rosters for now.