"I've got to tell myself to not overdo it," Wright said. "Because I didn't throw off the mound for two weeks. I don't want to push it too much, but I still want to push it. It's a matter of getting the timing and rhythm back, and I think that's why we're going off the mound [Sunday]."
Farrell said Saturday that Young (hamstring) could rejoin the Red Sox as early as Monday. He has been on a rehab assignment at Triple-A Pawtucket since Aug. 11.
Hanigan (ankle) will join the team in St. Petersburg early next week and resume baseball activities, but he will need a rehab assignment at Pawtucket before rejoining the team.
Uehara (right pectoral) threw long toss Friday, but has not moved to throwing off the mound. He is expected to be back in early or mid-September.
Kyle Beery is a reporter for MLB.com based in Detroit. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.