Michael Pineda made his second rehab start yesterday, a simulated game at the team's Tampa complex, and came through it very well. He pitched the equivalent of 5.2 scoreless innings with just 3 hits and a walk given up and 5 strikeouts. He threw 74 pitches, a slight increase from his first start, and although I haven't read any reports or tweets on his velocity it's safe to assume it was in that same low-to-mid 90s range it's been for the past few weeks.
There was some talk earlier in the week about this start taking place with Double-A Trenton while High-A had their All Star Game this weekend, but the team decided they wanted this second start to be in a controlled environment. Pineda didn't report problems with the shoulder, so I expect we'll see him with High-A Tampa or Trenton again this week with a pitch limit around 80. Another small step in the right direction.