Chad Billingsley (elbow) reached 91 mph during a bullpen session Wednesday.
Chad Billingsley said he felt normal soreness in his surgically-repaired right elbow after throwing breaking balls in Saturday's bullpen session.
Chad Billingsley (elbow) will begin throwing breaking balls on Saturday.
Barry Bloom of MLB.com reports that Chad Billingsley (elbow) has already thrown off a mound 10 times this offseason as he recovers from Tommy John surgery.
Chad Billingsley's agent, Dave Stewart, said that his client is "coming along great" after Tommy John surgery and could be back in the majors by the start of May.
Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said Monday that Chad Billingsley (elbow) is expected back before the All-Star break next season.
Chad Billingsley (elbow) is four weeks into his throwing program and is "really happy" with how he feels.
Dodgers transferred RHP Chad Billingsley from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
Chad Billingsley (elbow) said Tuesday that his goal is to be ready for Opening Day next season.
Chad Billingsley underwent Tommy John reconstructive elbow surgery on Wednesday evening.
Chad Billingsley needs Tommy John elbow surgery.
Dodgers placed RHP Chad Billingsley on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow pain.
Chad Billingsley took a no-decision in Monday’s loss to the Padres, giving up three runs over six innings of work.
Chad Billingsley earned a win in his season debut after allowing one run in six innings Wednesday against the Padres.