Alex Cobb is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Friday for the first time since landing on the disabled list with right forearm tendinitis.
Alex Cobb (forearm) is slated to play catch Tuesday and Wednesday.
Alex Cobb (forearm) played catch with more intensity on Tuesday.
Alex Cobb (forearm) played catch on Tuesday afternoon and called it his "best day yet."
Rays placed RHP Alex Cobb on the 15-day disabled list with right forearm tendinitis.
Alex Cobb (forearm) played catch again Wednesday.
Alex Cobb (forearm) will play catch again Monday.
Alex Cobb (forearm) has been cleared to begin playing catch on Saturday.
Alex Cobb (forearm) said Wednesday that he could resume throwing in the next couple of days.
Alex Cobb (forearm) said Monday that he is pain-free.
Rays manager Kevin Cash said Wednesday that the plan calls for Alex Cobb (forearm) to rest for 4-7 days before being reevaluated.
The Rays have confirmed that Alex Cobb has right forearm tendinitis and is expected to miss his Opening Day start.
Alex Cobb is expected to begin the season on the disabled list after being diagnosed with tendinitis in his right forearm.
Alex Cobb said after leaving Tuesday's game that he doesn't think his forearm tightness is serious.