Injury Update: Bruce Rondon to begin rehab assignment Thursday

Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Bruce Rondon could be back this season, but it could be a while. Rondon will start a rehab assignment Thursday in AAA with the Toledo Mud Hens, where he will work on building up his endurance. If he can do that he will then be ready to join the Tigers.

Rondon hasn’t pitched since 2013 mostly because of having Tommy John surgery.

Rondon will have to make back-to-back appearances in Toledo before he will be activated, just to make sure he doesn’t have any setbacks.

Rondon can throw well over 100 MPH, which can help the Tigers struggling bullpen immensely. Let’s hope he doesn’t have any additional setbacks and comes back with something to prove.

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