ARLINGTON -- Two Rangers pitchers are continuing their road to recovery off the disabled list.
Rich Harden and Derek Holland are scheduled to throw live batting practice on Tuesday, should everything still be okay by that point.
According to assistant general manager Thad Levine, Holland will throw long toss tomorrow and will throw BP on Tuesday. Levine also said that the left-hander is reporting no shoulder issues and his knee is showing improvement.
Harden has been on the disabled list since June 12 with a gluteal strain, while Holland has been on the DL since May 31 with left rotator cuff inflammation.