Yankees right-hander Phil Hughes suffered what was labeled a "significant setback" in his recovery from shoulder fatigue on Monday. Hughes' bullpen session was cut short when he told manager Joe Girardi it felt like "nothing was coming out."
Hughes will meet with doctors tonight, although no test have been ordered yet.
Hughes had been hoping to make a rehab start on Thursday, but that seems unlikely now.
Hughes, 24, has struggled with velocity on his fastball since the second half of last season and got worse this spring. Hughes made three starts for the Yankees before being placed on the disabled list with "dead arm." In those three starts, he managed just 10 1/3 innings, allowing 16 earned runs with four homers.For more baseball news, rumors and analysis, follow @cbssportsmlb on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed.