"Just kind of getting back in the groove of things," Bradley said. "It was the first start of maybe one or two more rehab starts. I don't really know the plan. Just felt good to get back out there, face some hitters and get back into it."
Bradley was placed on the disabled list June 4 with right shoulder tendinitis. Bradley had previously been on the DL for two weeks at the end of April and beginning of May after being struck in the face by a line drive.
After he returned from that injury, Bradley struggled in four straight starts, compiling a 10.91 ERA. Bradley told the team he was feeling some discomfort in the shoulder, and he was diagnosed with tendinitis.
"With kind of the fatigue and tendinitis or whatever I was dealing with, we bumped up the shoulder program, the exercises and stuff like that just trying to get it strengthened and back up to 100 percent," Bradley said.