• Bedard tests himself on mound with positive results

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 14, 2013
    "It's never fun to miss time," Bedard said. It's unclear what the plan is going forward for Bedard, but manager Bo Porter said he plans to meet with Bedard and the trainers Thursday to work out the details of his next appearance. [I was] able to get back out on the mound, and it's fun." Bedard, who had been sidelined with a strained right gluteal muscle, gave up a leadoff double and then issued a walk before striking out the next three batters to escape the inning unscathed. He also declared himself healed from the gluteal strain that had kept him out. As for the other banged-up member of the rotation, potential Opening Day starter Lucas Harrell threw about 20 pitches in a bullpen session Wednesday and is hoping to return to game action this weekend.
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