Yankees LHP Aroldis Chapman played catch on Friday, reports Bryan Hoch of MLB.com.
Chapman, who played catch at 90 feet, has missed time due to knee tendinitis and he received a PRP injection roughly two weeks ago.
Last week, general manager Brian Cashman said he couldn't "tell you with any level of confidence one way or the other" that Chapman would return this season.
"Until we see him out there doing what he's done in the past like he's capable of doing it, it's probably best for me to be cautious on [Chapman's return]," Cashman said, per MLB.com.
Dellin Betances thought otherwise, noting that Chapman would "fight through anything" and that he knows "Chapman is coming back" this season.
The Yankees' 30-year-old closer has a 2.11 ERA and 1.04 WHIP with 84 strikeouts in 47 innings this season for the Yankees while notching 31 saves.