Sanchez threw for a similar amount, then did his usual running routine. His next step will depend on how he feels.
As for Norris, he'll throw another bullpen session in the next couple days, according to manager Brad Ausmus. If his strained oblique gets through that, he could pitch a simulated game next weekend in Cleveland.
If he gets through that, he gives the Tigers options for the final three weeks of the season, both for resting rookie starter Matt Boyd and for slotting starters for the Sept. 21 doubleheader against the White Sox. As of now, the Tigers don't have any plans for watching innings on Boyd, who's approaching his career-high total.
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