So far, Billingsley hasn’t had any setbacks in his return from Tommy John surgery. If he returns to the Dodgers in early May, his best-case timetable will be realized.“I just want to get through these starts. Whenever I feel I’m ready, I’ll be back — or whenever they feel I’ll be ready,” he said.Billingsley said he will throw two innings on Sunday and gradually ramp up his workload. He never appeared in a spring training game, but was able to touch 90-92 mph in his only bullpen session that was measured on a radar gun.Speed isn’t everything, and Billingsley has been throwing some of his breaking pitches for less than a month.“I guess my arm’s not in shape,” he said. “I’m still stretching out, putting stress on the ligament. Chad Billingsley was back at Dodger Stadium on Friday for the first time in 2014.“You forget how beautiful this ballpark is,” he said.Billingsley might not have to wait long before he’s back on the mound.The right-hander is scheduled to make his first rehabilitation start Sunday for Single-A Rancho Cucamonga. He’ll make at least four more. His tentative schedule: two starts at Triple-A Albuquerque on April 11 and 16, and two more for Rancho Cucamonga on April 21 and 26. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “It’ll be good to get into a game situation.”Ryu on holdThe Dodgers didn’t have to worry about Hyun-Jin Ryu overexerting himself Friday. He threw just 69 pitches in a two-inning start, the shortest of his 33 major-league appearances.Before the game, manager Don Mattingly indicated that Ryu might get an extra day’s rest after starting three of the Dodgers’ first six games this season: March 23 in Australia, March 30 in San Diego, and Friday.“We’ll try to use the schedule to take advantage of these off days,” Mattingly said.The Dodgers play five games in the next seven days, with days off next Monday and Thursday. Josh Beckett, who made a rehabilitation start Friday night for Single-A Rancho Cucamonga, could come off the disabled list and make his 2014 debut sometime during that span. In that case, the next time the Dodgers would need Ryu is next Friday, a road game against the Arizona Diamondbacks.NotableBrian Wilson threw a bullpen session Thursday and is scheduled to start for Single-A Rancho Cucamonga today. The right-hander is on the 15-day disabled list with nerve irritation in his right elbow. … Longtime Dodgers broadcaster Ross Porter filled in for regular Dodger Stadium public address announcer Eric Smith, who is on vacation. Actor Jason Bateman will be behind the mic today and television personality Mary Hart fills in Sunday. … The Dodgers made an extended casting call for the first ceremonial first pitch. Vin Scully delivered the ball, handing it off to Dodgers special advisor Sandy Koufax. Gathered behind Scully were his grandchildren, and behind Koufax were Dodgers alumni Fernando Valenzuela, Don Newcombe, Orel Hershiser, Ron Cey, Rick Monday, Maury Wills, Tommy Davis and Tommy Lasorda.