Wright threw 26 pitches and 23 were strikes.
This was about as crisp as it can get for a rehab outing – especially because Wright had not pitched in a game since May 3, when he left a start in Miami early due to a shoulder strain. The Braves remained cautious with Wright because this was a recurring shoulder issue.
The Braves certainly have a plan for Wright, but they don’t release timelines publicly. But for reference, Max Fried made four rehab starts before joining Atlanta’s rotation.
This does not mean Wright will need three more, but it could be a reasonable comparison for how long it might be before he pitches for the big club. Plus, there’s this: Pitchers can only be on a rehab assignment for a maximum of 30 days.
If all continues to go well, it seems Wright could return in the middle of September.