Apr 27, 2014, 12:20 AM EDT
Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star Telegram reports that Rangers starter Derek Holland threw live batting practice in Arizona on Saturday for the first time since he suffered a knee injury in a dog-related home fall back in January. Holland also told the media he participated in PFPs, or pitcher fielding practice.
Holland underwent microfracture surgery on his knee on January 10 and the initial prognosis suggested a mid-season return. As long as Holland doesn’t suffer any setbacks, that still seems like a realistic goal for the lefty. Wilson suggests Holland will throw two or three more sessions of live batting practice, then could head out on a rehab assignment in 10-14 days.
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