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Miami Marlins First Full Squad Workout
- Updated: February 26, 2012
It was a pretty windy day with a grey sky in Jupiter, but that didn’t stop the team’s first full squad workout as the Miami Marlins.
The Marlins took their first live batting practice since the 2011 season. Chris Coghlan didn’t have much luck on his side today, getting hit on the elbow by pitcher Jose Alvarez. Coghlan left his batting session and went to the trainer’s room, but it wasn’t so serious, as Cogs is expected to practice tomorrow.
Carlos Zambrano also pitched live batting practice. He faced Jose Reyes, Emilio Bonifacio and Hanley Ramirez. They were impressed how Zambrano has gotten better.
Hanley just told Zambrano after live BP he was finishing his pitches much better than last year. #Marlins
— Juan C. Rodriguez (@JCRMarlinsbeat) February 26, 2012
- Remember Omar Infante is suffering from a tendinitis in his right triceps tendon, which he began to feel in December lifting weights in Venezuela. Here’s Larry Beinfest on Omar infante’s sore elbow:
“It’s a little sore but he looks fine out there”
— Mitch Kutun (@mitchkutun) February 26, 2012
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