BOSTON — Left-hander David Price got back on the Fenway Park mound Saturday for a two-inning simulated game before the Boston Red Sox took batting practice for their game against the Chicago Cubs.

Under the watchful eye of the team president, Dave Dombrowski, who was positioned on a step on the batting cage, Manager John Farrell, pitching coach Carl Willis and other players, Price threw to Chris Young, Josh Rutledge and Chase d’Arnaud.

Price has been sidelined by a strained left elbow since early in spring training. There is no set timetable for the former AL Cy Young Award winner to return.

“It was a quality workday for him, accomplished what the plan was and that was for two simulated innings after he warmed up,” Farrell said.

“Good intensity. I know when he walked off he said he felt good.”

Farrell said Price would throw a bullpen session Monday before likely getting back on the mound for another simulated game Thursday.

“We’re happy with the progress he’s making and we’ll continue to take this week by week,” Farrell said.

ANGELS: Los Angeles put first baseman C.J. Cron and left-handed starter Tyler Skaggs on the 10-day disabled list.

Cron has a bruised left foot and Skaggs has a strained right oblique. They both left Friday night’s game against Texas.

MARINERS: Seattle placed right-hander Evan Scribner on the 10-day disabled list with a sore elbow and recalled outfielder Boog Powell from Triple-A Tacoma.

The Mariners have seven players on the DL, including two starting pitchers – staff ace Felix Hernandez (right shoulder bursitis) and left-hander Drew Smyly (flexor strain).

NATIONALS: Washington placed outfielder Adam Eaton on the 10-day disabled list with a left knee strain.

“We’re hopeful it’s not as serious as it looked,” said Manager Dusty Baker.