After 11 days away from the mound, Royals reliever Ryan Madson said Wednesday he no longer feels lingering soreness in his right arm. He intends to throw a bullpen session Thursday, his first in a week. Manager Ned Yost hopes Madson could return to action for Kansas City this weekend against the Chicago White Sox.
After 11 days away from the mound, Royals reliever Ryan Madson said Wednesday he no longer feels lingering soreness in his right arm. He intends to throw a bullpen session Thursday, his first in a week. Manager Ned Yost hopes Madson could return to action for Kansas City this weekend against the Chicago White Sox. JOHN SLEEZER jsleezer@kcstar.com
After 11 days away from the mound, Royals reliever Ryan Madson said Wednesday he no longer feels lingering soreness in his right arm. He intends to throw a bullpen session Thursday, his first in a week. Manager Ned Yost hopes Madson could return to action for Kansas City this weekend against the Chicago White Sox. JOHN SLEEZER jsleezer@kcstar.com
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Royals hope Ryan Madson, nursing a sore right arm, can pitch again this weekend

September 02, 2015 7:00 PM

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