ARLINGTON -- Texas hurler Matt Harrison, who has been on the disabled list with biceps tendinitis since May 12, threw in the bullpen Saturday prior to the Rangers' game against the Cubs.
According to pitching coach Mike Maddux, Harrison threw 60 pitches at 90 percent, and everything went well.
Maddux says he'll know a lot more Sunday after seeing how Harrison bounces back. If everything goes well, he'll pitch Monday and Wednesday on a rehab assignment.
Maddux says the Rangers have not decided whether the hurler will come back as a starter or a reliever.
"We have to talk about that," Maddux said.
Harrison took part in a simulated game on Thursday prior to the Rangers' game against the Orioles, and he threw 30 pitches.