MRI shows no new damage to Capps' rotator cuff

MRI shows no new damage to Capps' rotator cuff

MRI shows no new damage to Capps' rotator cuff
MINNEAPOLIS -- Twins closer Matt Capps underwent an MRI exam on his right shoulder on Monday, and it showed no new damage to his rotator cuff.

Capps has been on the disabled list since July 27 with right rotator cuff irritation and has yet to throw a baseball since then.

Capps indicated on Sunday that he'd like to begin playing catch on Wednesday if his MRI exam revealed no new issues.

But there's no timetable for Capps to begin throwing, as he'll continue to keep working on strengthening his shoulder, according to Twins doctors.