There is no timetable for the return of Rangers starting pitcher Matt Harrison. Harrison will begin a throwing program on Monday but could be out until September.
The Rangers want Harrison to take it slow since he has not thrown in two months.
“It would be like starting my offseason throwing program. It’s frustrating, but it could be worse. I could have missed the whole year. I want to get it right in the next two months and be back at the end of the year. But it’s probably going to be another two months for sure.” said Harrison, via MLB.com.
The Rangers also have two other key pitchers on the disabled list.
Colby Lewis is working his way back from a torn flexor tendon. Lewis is currently limited to playing catch. Alexi Ogando is on the disabled list with inflammation in his right shoulder and has not resumed throwing.