Derek Holland is back with the Texas Rangers, but it's unknown whether he will return to the rotation Saturday against Minnesota.
Holland said he felt sharp and strong in his rehab start on Monday at Triple A Round Rock, and will throw a bullpen session on Wednesday in Chicago.
If the Rangers decide Holland is ready to return, he would come back on Saturday and Yu Darvish would pitch on regular four days' rest Friday. If not, Justin Grimm or Martin Perez would get the start on Friday, and Darvish would go on Saturday.
"I feel like I'm ready, but I can't make that call," Holland said.
Manager Ron Washington and pitching coach Mike Maddux weren't ready to make that call, either. A decision has not been made yet.
Here are a few other notes from Tuesday:
* Alexi Ogando had a 32-pitch bullpen session, and Neftali Feliz threw 28. It was the first time for each of them to throw off a mound since landing on the disabled list. Feliz said he threw at about 85 percent effort level, and was able to throw all of his pitches. Koji Uehara, along with Holland, are scheduled to throw bullpen sessions on Wednesday.
* Ron Washington expects all of the AL pitchers to be available for the All-Star Game. Mariners ace Felix Hernandez is scheduled to start on Sunday, and informed Washington that he would be willing to throw an inning in the game.
* Tonight marks the halfway point of the season for the Rangers. They are assured to have the franchise's best record through 81 games, win or lose. They are 50-30 going into tonight's game. In 2010, Texas had a 48-33 record and it was 43-38 last season.
-- Drew Davison