San Francisco Giants left-hander Randy Johnson is scheduled to start against Seattle on Monday after skipping a turn because of soreness in his biceps.
Manager Bruce Bochy says Johnson's arm is healthy. He was held out of his start Wednesday against the Chicago Cubs for precautionary reasons.
The 45-year-old Johnson has a 1.08 ERA this spring, his first with the Giants. He has given up a run in 8 1-3 innings and has 12 strikeouts.
He is scheduled to pitch a bullpen session Saturday.