Extended Spring for Lawrie

By on April 13, 2013

(EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

CLEARWATER, FLA.–Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie (above) get an infield single. He went 1-5 with a strike out and walk in an extended spring game against the Phillies squad today.  Lawrie has been on the DL with a left oblique strain.
     Lawrie, who was injured during preparation with Team Canada for the WBC said he had no problems Saturday.
     “Everything is going well another good day today obviously a bit of bad news last night for our club,” said Lawrie referring to Jose Reyes ankle injury, “I’m feeling really good today.”

Brett Lawrie…Future looks bright in the Florida sun, nice shades. (Eddie Michels Photo)

     Lawrie was actually supposed to start a rehab assignment with Class-A Dunedin on Saturday.
     “Yes I was today but they (Blue Jays) felt I would get some more AB’s if I just came over here.  I was able to get in six AB’s in over here instead of having to go through the whole game and I got to choose where I hit today.  It’s not so much about playing in certain types of games  it’s just about getting a certain amount of at bats before I go up.”
     As to where he will be playing next Lawrie said, “I am not sure I haven’t been told.  I will go back to the complex right now, go get a workout in and stuff then a reassessment when the end of the day hits.”
With the injury to Reyes,  Lawrie was ask if he might be heading to Kansas City?
     “I have no idea, I haven’t been told yet,” said Lawrie, “(GM) Alex (Anthopoulos) hasn’t given me a heads up yet or anything like that.  So as of right now I will just go back to get my work in then find out what is going on in a little bit.”

Blue Jays minor league LHP John Anderson tossed two solid innings on Saturday in an extended spring game.. That may not seem much to some but Anderson had his third elbow surgery last August and look like he was fully recovered. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

 

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