Brandon Beachy SP LAD 3 hours ago

Beachy (elbow) threw 92 pitches over six innings in a rehab start with Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday.

Beauty gave up three earned runs in Monday's game, but more importantly, he was able to extend his pitch count into the low 90s and toss six innings for the first time since beginning his rehab assignment June 16. The Dodgers have an opening in their rotation on the same day Beachy is next scheduled to pitch, so it's possible his next outing could come with the big club.

Brandon Beachy SP LAD 2 weeks ago

Beachy struck out three batters over two scoreless innings during Sunday's rehab start for Triple-A Oklahoma City, Pedro Moura of the Orange County Register reports.

Making the second appearance of what figures to be a lengthy rehab assignment, Beachy reportedly threw his fastball in the range of 87-88 mph. He clearly still needs to build up arm strength, but the right-hander could be an option for the Los Angeles rotation (or bullpen) at some point around the All-Star break.

Brandon Beachy SP LAD 3 weeks ago

Beachy (elbow) tossed 1.2 innings for High-A Rancho Cucamonga in his first rehab outing since undergoing Tommy John surgery last March.

It was Beachy's second Tommy John procedure in a 21-month span, so his long-term prospects remain cloudy. He's likely to need the maximum 30 days of rehab before the Dodgers decide what to do with him.

Brandon Beachy SP LAD 3 weeks ago

Beachy (elbow) will begin his rehab assignment Tuesday at High-A Rancho Cucamonga, J.P Hoonstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

Beachy will take the next step in his rehab process by making the start Tuesday at High-A Rancho Cucamonga, where he is slated to throw two innings. His rehab assignment can last up to 30 days, meaning that Beachy could be on track to be activated off the 60-day DL by mid-July barring any setbacks.

Brandon Beachy SP LAD 4 weeks ago

Beachy (elbow) will throw a simulated game Thursday in Arizona, SB Nation's Eric Stephen reports.

It was thought that he could go on a rehab assignment sometime this week, but that would not happen for at least a few more days considering the timing of the sim game. Still, it appears as if Beachy is progressing in his recovery and he could be an option for the Dodgers in early July.

Brandon Beachy SP LAD 1 month ago

Beachy (elbow) does not expect to begin a rehab assignment for another week or so, the Orange County Register reports.

Beachy was previously expected to start a rehab assignment this week, and while he hasn't suffered a setback, his schedule seems to have been pushed back. The assignment figures to be a lengthy one, given that Beachy is working his way back from Tommy John surgery. He threw two innings against minor-league batters Monday.

Brandon Beachy SP LAD 1 month ago

Beachy (elbow) is on track to begin a rehab assignment next week following the Dodgers' road trip, David Vassegh of AM 570 reports.

Beachy threw batting practice Wednesday ahead of Los Angeles' game against Atlanta. He has progressed enough to where a rehab assignment is on the horizon, although it could take him several starts before coming off the DL.

Brandon Beachy SP LAD 1 month ago

Beachy (elbow) is scheduled to throw another live batting practice session Wednesday, Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register reports.

From there, Beachy will head to extended spring training for more simulated work before heading out on a rehab assignment. Beachy, who is coming off his second career Tommy John surgery, will likely require a lengthy stint in the minors, perhaps even the full 30 days.

Brandon Beachy SP LAD 2 months ago

Beachy (elbow) felt fine after throwing two innings in a simulated game Saturday, Dylan Hernandez of the LA Times reports.

Beachy faced hitters Saturday for the first time this season, and it appears he was able to do so without issue. Beachy may throw a few more side sessions before he is ready for game action, but with him advancing to this point in his recovery, a rehab assignment may not be far off.

Brandon Beachy SP LAD 2 months ago

Beachy (elbow) will throw to hitters this weekend for the first time since he had Tommy John surgery, Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register reports.

Beachy continues to work his way back from his second Tommy John surgery, and will take another step this weekend. He still has a ways to go, but if he can avoid setbacks, a return at some point in June seems likely.