Grady Sizemore News Archive
Sizemore (knees) had a couple of hits in Friday's exhibition game against Atlanta. He beat out an infield hit and lined a single to center.
Sizemore (knees) executed a variety of baseball tasks in third preseason game Tuesday, WEEI.com reports. "I'm happy with how things are feeling from a body standpoint," Sizemore said. "Just not noticing anything out there. Not having any pain. Not coming in feeling worse the next day. So it's as good as I could have hoped for."
Sizemore (knees) slipped and bounced off the fence while tracking a hit, but quickly recovered and threw the ball back to the infield, ESPN Boston reports. "Recognizing that he had to pivot and torque on the leg, but he came out of it fine," manager John Farrell said. "No issues. It was good to see him get three at-bats and continue to build."
Sizemore (knees) "feels great," one day after playing in his first game since 2011, according to Red Sox manager John Farrell, the Providence Journal reports.
Sizemore (knees) came out of Thursday's spring opener unscathed, and will start again in center field for the Red Sox on Saturday, the Boston Globe reports.
Sizemore (knees) will play in Boston's exhibition opener Thursday afternoon against Northeastern University, WEEI.com reports.
Sizemore's workouts so far in spring training have been encouraging, the Providence Journal reports. "Two days ago, he had a phenomenal day running the bases at full speed, his defensive work was at full speed, he's handling live pitching well," manager John Farrell said. "Everything has been very encouraging. We're going to have to temper our enthusiasm or really how much we push him just to gradually get him back into game shape."
Sizemore (knees) is working out in both center and left field, WEEI.com reports.
Sizemore (knee) arrived at training camp proclaiming he's healthy and "good to go," WEEI.com reports. "I'm not necessarily in baseball shape but I'm in good physical shape, moving around good. I'm just looking forward to playing baseball."