NEW YORK — Cam Bedrosian is about to take a key step toward the end of what has been a longer-than-expected stint on the disabled list.
Bedrosian is scheduled to throw off a mound on Monday, Manager Mike Scioscia said. It would be his first time off a mound since he was placed on the disabled list with a strained groin April 22.
At the time, Bedrosian felt he would miss only two weeks.
Scioscia said Bedrosian’s bullpen session will be “light.” Presumably, he’ll continue throwing off the mound, and increasing the intensity, every two or three days, until he’s ready for a rehab assignment.
If all goes well, it’s realistic to think he could be back in two to three weeks.
Huston Street, who is pitching in games in extended spring training, could also be back within that time. Street has been out all season with a strained lat.
STILL NO PUJOLS
Albert Pujols was out of the Angels lineup for the third game in a row on Sunday, nursing a tight right hamstring.