Red Sox starter Nathan Eovaldi's return to the mound will have to wait a bit longer, as biceps soreness has pushed back his next scheduled bullpen session.
The Boston Globe's Pete Abraham broke the news today:
Eovaldi hasn't pitched since April 17. On April 22, he underwent surgery to remove loose bodies from his right elbow. Following the surgery, multiple outlets reported that Eovaldi would return in no less than six weeks.
The hard-throwing righty was progressing nicely in his rehab, with the Red Sox hoping for a mid-June return prior to his setback.
In four starts this year, Eovaldi is 0-0 with a 6.00 ERA.