Glen Perkins felt stiffness in his left shoulder while long-tossing last week and his scheduled bullpen session for Monday has been pushed back.
Glen Perkins (shoulder) played catch Friday.
Glen Perkins (shoulder) is scheduled to throw his first bullpen session on May 23.
Twins manager Paul Molitor said Sunday that Glen Perkins (shoulder) feels "better than even last week."
Glen Perkins is still focused on strengthening his shoulder.
Twins manager Paul Molitor said Friday that there have been no indications that Glen Perkins (shoulder) is close to resuming a throwing program.
Glen Perkins is seeing improvement with his strained left shoulder, but hasn't resumed throwing.
Glen Perkins was recommended to rest and rehab his strained left shoulder after getting a second opinion from Dr. Timothy Kremchek in Cincinnati.
The Twins hope that Glen Perkins (shoulder) will be ready for activation from the disabled list when first eligible on April 26.
Twins placed LHP Glen Perkins on the 15-day disabled list with a left shoulder strain.
Glen Perkins may be unavailable for the Twins' home opener on Monday against the White Sox.
Glen Perkins blew his first save of the season Sunday in the Twins' loss to the Royals.
Glen Perkins struck out two in a perfect frame Monday versus the Pirates.
Glen Perkins said Friday that he has had no lingering issues with his back or neck and will enter spring training fully healthy.