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Minors start next step for rehabbing Wells

Minors start next step for rehabbing Wells

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Minors start next step for rehabbing Wells
CHICAGO -- Cubs pitcher Randy Wells threw two innings in an extended spring training game on Thursday in Mesa, Ariz., and the next step will be a Minor League rehab start for Class A Peoria, next Tuesday.

Wells has been sidelined with a strained right forearm since April 5.

Andrew Cashner, on the disabled list since April 6 with a strained right rotator cuff, threw two innings in live batting practice in Mesa. He was to throw on the side Friday and then the team would determine the next step in his rehab.

The Cubs' Double-A Tennessee team also announced Minor League outfielder Brett Jackson, the team's No. 1 Draft pick in 2009, was going on the disabled list with a strained ligament in his left little finger.

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