Though he has a trainer-imposed limit of 85 mph, Billingsley (elbow) is rumored to have topped out at 91 mph during Wednesday's bullpen session. The right-hander is feeling better and "appears to be on track for a May return," the Dodgers' official website reports. "My arm feels better than it did a week ago when I started throwing breaking balls," Billingsley said. "I think throwing harder has helped me get extension and loosened up the flexor muscles."
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said Monday that Greinke (calf) will not be ready to throw 90 pitches in time for the Dodgers' March 22-23 series against the Diamondbacks in Sydney, Australia, Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports.