Here’s an update from the NY Post about John Maine’s rehab start:
Maine, who is on the DL with a pinched nerve in his shoulder, allowed two hits and three walks while striking out one in his 60-pitch outing for Single-A Port Lucie in the first game of a Florida State League doubleheader.
Maine threw 37 strikes and was the winning pitcher in a 4-3 Port St. Lucie victory.
And here’s an update from the Daily News about Oliver Perez’s rehab start:
In St. Lucie's regularly scheduled game against Charlotte on Monday night, Perez surrendered six runs on seven hits and a walk in the three innings, including a monstrous homer. Four runs were unearned because a throwing error by third baseman Hector Pellot began the second inning, and Perez subsequently allowed a two-out walk, bunt RBI single and a two-run double.
Both sound like they’re in mid-season form.
Check both links for more on the respective pitchers.