Colby Lewis is back with the Rangers today, and will throw a bullpen session on Friday. Assuming that goes well, Lewis will then resume his medical rehabilitation assignment on Monday at Double A Frisco.
Lewis, who underwent flexor tendon surgery in his right elbow last July, pitched in a rehab game on May 9 with Triple A Round Rock in Las Vegas. He allowed three runs on four hits over two innings, but had triceps tendinitis a few days after that delayed his progress by at least a week.
Lewis was one of two injured starters to make appearances at Rangers Ballpark on Thursday afternoon. Matt Harrison, who had lower back surgery earlier this season, also stopped by and said his rehab has gone well so far. There is still no timetable as to when he'll begin throwing, as he's in the early stages of his recovery.
-- Drew Davison