Surprisingly, Bradley did not suffer any damage to his orbital bone or jaw and walked away with just a slight sinus fracture and no concussion.
Since that time he's thrown a pair of bullpen sessions and is scheduled to throw a simulated game Monday before starting next Saturday in Philadelphia.
"Everything has gone well," said Bradley, the club's No 1 prospect who is 2-0 with a 1.80 ERA in four starts this season. "I've healed up even quicker than I thought I would, so things are going in the right direction. The cuts inside my mouth have healed up. That's where a lot of the pain was. My teeth are starting to come back to normal and the swelling has gone down."
In other injury news, left-hander Patrick Corbin, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery, is scheduled to throw four innings in an extended spring game Monday.