Some of the pitchers and catchers who reported on Thursday went to work Friday for their first workout of Spring Training. Included in the group that threw a bullpen session were Brett Anderson, Chris Hatcher, Clayton Kershaw and Brandon McCarthy.
Sergio Santos was scheduled to be part of the group, but the Dodgers announced he missed the workout due to sickness. Of the pitchers that did participate, Kershaw threw an estimated 30 pitchers and was the last to finish.
Among the players who were expected to report by Thursday, Kenley Jansen remains the only one who has yet to arrive at Camelback Ranch. His temporary absence is excused however, as he recently underwent surgery on Tuesday to remove a growth in his left foot, and it’s believed Jansen will join the Dodgers this weekend.
Here’s some of the biggest stories that came from the Dodgers’ second day of Spring Training:
Former Dodger Dan Haren reported to Spring Training with the Miami Marlins
Photos of the Dodgers’ newest members in their uniforms for the first time
A.J. Ellis and Kershaw have differing opinions on Friday’s bullpen session
DirecTV issues a statement regarding the impasse with TWC over SportsNet LA
Dodgers pitchers and catchers hold their first official workout of Spring Training
It may only be February, but Kershaw has October in mind
Brett Anderson already throwing with little restriction
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