Reliever Todd Coffey, who's been out since April 9 with a stained left calf, said he's still on track to come off the disabled list on Sunday, the first day he's eligible to return.
Coffey did some sprints on a treadmill Friday, and said his leg felt fine. The only soreness he still has is from the hard massage therapy team trainers did on his leg. "As far as actual muscle soreness, I don't feel any," Coffey said.
He wasn't sure if he'll do his customary sprint out of the bullpen at full speed the first time back, though.
"I have not even thought about that yet. If everything feels normal I will. I'm sure the first time out I'll probably go 50 percent but if all goes well I will," Coffey said. "The ultimate goal is to make sure I pitch so we'll see how it goes the first sprint out and then after that I'm sure I'll be full bore."