Cubs signed RHP Joe Nathan to a one-year contract; placed him on the 60-day disabled list with a right elbow injury.
Joe Nathan (elbow) is beginning a throwing program.
MLB Network's Jon Heyman reports that Joe Nathan's workouts are progressing well.
Dave Pepe, the agent for free agent Joe Nathan said Friday that his workouts are going well and that the right-hander definitely plans on pitching this season.
According to SB Nation's Chris Cotillo, there are about 10 teams in the mix for Joe Nathan.
Joe Nathan (elbow) told MLB Network Radio that he's anticipating a return to the major league mound in May or June.
CBS Sports' Jon Heyman is reporting that eight teams have met with free agent reliever Joe Nathan.
ESPN's Jayson Stark reports that a half-dozen teams are showing interest in free agent reliever Joe Nathan.
Joe Nathan's agent, Dave Pepe, told Joel Sherman of the New York Post via text that his client "definitely plans on playing" in 2016.
Tigers declined RHP Joe Nathan's $10 million option for 2016.
Tigers transferred RHP Joe Nathan from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
Joe Nathan underwent season-ending Tommy John reconstructive elbow surgery on Wednesday.
Joe Nathan has been diagnosed with a torn UCL and tendon in his right elbow and will require season-ending Tommy John reconstructive surgery.
Joe Nathan (elbow) had to leave a rehab appearance with Triple-A Toledo on Wednesday after appearing to aggravate his elbow injury.