Rich Hill (finger) said that he will not be wearing a covering on his blistered left middle finger during Friday's bullpen session.
Rich Hill (finger) is tentatively scheduled to return to the A's rotation Sunday in Cleveland.
Rich Hill (finger) is scheduled to throw his next bullpen session on Wednesday.
Rich Hill described the blister on his left middle finger as "a little hot spot," but said that it's healing.
Rich Hill (blister) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Sunday.
Rich Hill (blister) played catch again on Friday without any issues.
Rich Hill (blister) played catch Thursday for the second straight day.
Rich Hill (blister) is doubtful to be ready Sunday.
A's manager Bob Melvin said Tuesday that it's too early to tell whether Rich Hill (blister) is going to be able to take his next turn in the rotation.
Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports said the Tigers have been "calling around on starting pitching."
Rich Hill was forced to leave Sunday's start against the Blue Jays due to a recurrence of the blister on his pitching hand.
Rich Hill (blister) is in line to start Sunday against the Blue Jays.
Rich Hill has been scratched from his scheduled start Friday against the Blue Jays due to a blister.
According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Marlins are pursuing starters like Rich Hill of the A's, Jake Odorizzi of the Rays, and Drew Pomeranz of the Padres.