Sánchez returned from the disabled list to open the Tampa Bay Streaks game on Sunday in his first start since April 14.
The leader of the ERA in 2016 went straight to the clubhouse after retiring from the game after the first inning. He relieved the right Ryan Tepera.
During the ten days that he remained on the list of injured, Sánchez underwent a procedure to remove part of the nail from the injured finger. He threw a bullpen session on Friday, the first without a bandage on his finger, and reported no problems.
Sanchez allowed a run in seven innings during his debut this season against Tampa Bay on April 8. Annoyed by the blister, Sánchez admitted five runs and three homers in a 5.1 innings, on April 14, in opening against Baltimore.