"I don't know whether Ryan or Ben will be back on the field here or in Florida, but the expectation will be they will be back on the field somewhere before the end of the season," Proefrock said. "Whether it is up here or playing in the Instructional League, I don't know."
Neither will be rushed back.
"I think the main thing for both of them is to get them to the point where there are no surprises in spring training next year," Proefrock said.
Proefrock said that Revere was also coming along.
"Revere is back and weight-bearing," Proefrock said. "He has made good progress and threw away his crutches, I guess [Monday]."
Lefthander John Lannan, who was placed on the disabled list Aug. 16 with left-knee tendinosis, is "most likely done for the year," Proefrock said.
He said that Phillies doctor Michael Ciccotti has recommended surgery. Lannan will be getting another opinion next week.
Lannan spent two months earlier this year on the disabled list with a strained quadriceps tendon in his left knee.
Righthander Michael Stutes, on the disabled list since June 23 with tendinitis in his right bicep, is long-tossing, but he hasn't been on the mound.
"He is making good progress," Proefrock said. "Once he gets closer to getting back on the mound, we will have a schedule for him."
Finally . . .
Lefthander Joe Savery, on the DL since July 23 with stiffness in his left elbow, will be going on a rehab assignment this week. Proefrock said it would probably take place in Florida.
Proefrock also said that Mike Adams, who had shoulder surgery, continues to rehab.
"We expect him to be ready for spring training," Proefrock said.
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