Status: 60-Day DL. Late May?
Twins manager Paul Molitor said Friday that Trevor May's (elbow) velocity was in the 88-93 mph range during his rehab start Thursday with Triple-A Rochester.
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Right-hander Trevor May, who is coming back from last March's Tommy John surgery, made his first rehab start with Triple-A Rochester on Thursday night.
Spin: May went four innings, allowing one run on four hits and two walks with five strikeouts. He threw 60 pitches and will be stretched out to throw 75 pitches on Tuesday. His fastball ranged from 88-93 mph, Molitor said. He remains eligible to be activated from the 60-day disabled list on May 28. "It's not just that he threw all his pitches," Molitor said. "It's more hearing that the shape of the pitches are what they should look like. Really, the only small negative was he had trouble sustaining velocity, which I don't think anybody was surprised by given how things were going down in Florida before he went up there. But it was a good step."
Twins manager Paul Molitor said Friday that Trevor May's (elbow) velocity was in the 88-93 mph range during his rehab start Thursday with Triple-A Rochester. [...]
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The current trend indicates that there has been minimal movement in terms of ADDS or DROPS for May. In the past week his own percentage has increased by 0.2% . Meanwhile his start percentage has remained steady.
In the past 30 days, the highest own percentage for May is 0.71% and his lowest is 0.18%. In terms of start percentages, his highest start percentage is 0% and lowest is 0.00%.
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