Shoulder strain hampers Donnelly
Righty to be monitored; forearm stiffness halts Eyre's rehab
SURPRISE, Ariz. -- Rangers pitcher Brendan Donnelly is being limited to long toss because of a strained muscle in the back of his right shoulder, and Willie Eyre has stopped throwing because of some stiffness in his right forearm.Donnelly has made one appearance so far in a game. He walked two batters in an intrasquad scrimmage game and has not appeared in a Cactus League game. He threw long toss on Sunday and will continue to be monitored.
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