PHOENIX -- Zack Greinke returned to the mound and threw a bullpen session on Sunday, six days after he received an injection of platelet-rich plasma to temper inflammation in his right elbow.
With pitching coach Rick Honeycutt and Manager Don Mattingly standing nearby, Greinke delivered about 40 pitches. Greinke pitched out of both the windup and the stretch.
Greinke wouldn’t say what’s planned next for him.
The $147-million man didn’t offer any thoughts on whether he will be make his first scheduled start of the regular season on April 2.
“I’m just doing what’s laid out,” Greinke said. “Our team, we got other starting pitchers. I’ve got to be ready. They’re going to weigh all that and decide when I’m going to pitch and stuff.”