Colby Lewis didn't throw a scheduled bullpen session Saturday as he is dealing with some soreness in his right triceps. Lewis isn't concerned about the setback, but he might not make his next scheduled start Tuesday with Triple A Round Rock in Tuscon, Ariz.
"Not concerned, just arm getting back to throwing shape," Lewis said in a text message.
Manager Ron Washington shared a similar viewpoint and said the soreness should only set back Lewis a couple days.
Lewis, who is recovering from right flexor tendon surgery, did play catch Saturday. He made his first medical rehabilitation start on Thursday, throwing 41 pitches over two innings with the Express in Las Vegas.
-- Drew Davison