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Andrew Heaney continues progression with simulated game at Dodger Stadium

Rehab assignment could happen by the weekend

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Andrew Heaney faced hitters in a simulated situation before Monday’s game at Dodger Stadium, his first time doing so since landing on the injured list in April with left shoulder discomfort.

Dave Roberts told reporters the plan for Heaney would be to throw a bullpen session in a few days, then start a minor league rehab assignment this weekend, at an affiliate to be determined.

Here are pregame interviews with Heaney and Roberts from Monday, per SportsNet LA.


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