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Astros' Lance McCullers: Gets in limited mound work. McCullers (forearm) threw 10 pitches off flat ground Sunday before tossing an additional 10 pitches off the mound about 1-to-2 feet in front of the rubber, Danielle Lerner of the Houston Chronicle reports. The second part of the throwing workout barely qualifies...
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Astros' Lance McCullers: Shifts to 60-day injured list

McCullers (forearm) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Monday, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. McCullers is still working his way back from the forearm injury he suffered during the postseason. He started throwing last week but remains without a clear timeline, though his move to the 60-day injured list at least clarifies that he won't return before early June. The transaction clears a spot for Yordan Alvarez to return from the COVID-19 injured list.
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Astros' Lance McCullers: Throwing from 60 feet

McCullers (forearm) threw 25 times on flat ground from 60 feet Tuesday and is scheduled to throw again Friday, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. The 28-year-old has been shut down since suffering setbacks while rehabbing during the offseason, and his return to throwing is a significant development in his rehab program. McCullers will need to strengthen his arm before returning to mound work and eventually facing live hitters, as his return return from the injured list likely remains more than a month away.
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Astros' Lance McCullers: Nearly ready to throw

McCullers (forearm) could be ready to throw as soon as next week, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports. McCullers remains shut down with a forearm issue that dates back to last year's postseason. The fact that he's on the 10-day injured list rather than the 60-day injured list may indicate that the Astros expect him back before the end of May, though an exact timetable has not yet been provided by the team.
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‘Bury Me in the H’: Lance McCullers is giving all the feels as big names continue to leave H-Town sports

HOUSTON – We watched them rise, we watched them fall and we watched many of them leave Houston. However, some are ready to stay until their last breath, it seems. That appears to be the case with Houston Astros pitcher Lance McCullers, who posted a touching message and video Saturday following the announcement of Carlos Correa’s decision to go to the Twins.
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