BALTIMORE -- A pair of the Orioles' top prospects are making strides in their recovery processes.
Dylan Bundy (right flexor mass tightness) will make the next step in his throwing progression Monday. He'll stay on flat ground, but will move back to 90 feet for two sessions of 25 throws.
Bundy received a platelet-rich plasma injection about six weeks ago and has been throwing without setbacks for about a week.
Top position player prospect Jonathan Schoop (lower back stress fracture) took the next step in his recovery. He's jogging in a pool and throwing.
Schoop was prescribed rest when he was reevaluated near the end of May by a doctor in California, who confirmed the original diagnosis of a stress fracture in his lower back. Manager Buck Showalter said at that time Schoop could be playing in the first or second week of July.
Derek Wetmore is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.