"We want to see him get guys out," Hale said of Collmenter. "The last two times in Reno he hasn't given up runs. It hasn't been clean, but he's been doing OK. I think with guys like Josh, who have done it here for so long, they obviously get a little more rope. We'll how he does when he comes back."
Peralta, who was placed on the DL nine days ago with inflammation in his right wrist, hit off a tee on Tuesday and has been texting Hale to tell him how good he feels.
Peralta could return sometime next week after getting some at-bats either in extended spring, or with one of the team's Minor League affiliates.
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