ANAHEIM -- Right-handed reliever Dane De La Rosa (irritation in right s/c joint) is slated to restart his rehab assignment with Triple-A Salt Lake on Tuesday, two days after throwing a 30-pitch bullpen session at Angel Stadium.
In addition, lefty Sean Burnett looks on track to be activated before the end of the week.
Burnett, limited to 13 games last season and completing the final steps of a lengthy rehabilitation from August elbow surgery, is "throwing the ball as well as he has in a couple of years," manager Mike Scioscia said on Monday.
Burnett gave up three runs in his debut with the Arkansas Travelers, and has since reeled off four consecutive scoreless outings. The 31-year-old struck out the side on Thursday, then notched back-to-back 1-2-3 innings on Saturday and Monday.
General manager Jerry Dipoto recently saw Burnett pitch and reported that he has great action on his curveball and sinker and is bouncing back well.
"I think Sean is at a stage now where his stuff is where you'd like to see it," Scioscia said. "You just want to make sure that it's there and it's going to stick."
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