Brandon Moss News Archive
Moss, who was playing in consecutive games for the first time this spring, belted his third homer of Cactus League action Monday.
Moss said Monday that he is "shocked" at how healthy he feels so far in camp, MLB.com's Jordan Bastian reports.
Moss made his first appearance of the spring in right field Sunday, finishing the day with a double in two at-bats.
Moss (illness) returned to the lineup Sunday after missing two games, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports.
Moss was held out of Friday's game with the flu but hopes to return Saturday, MLB.com reports.
Moss (hip) homered in his first action of the spring Monday.
Moss (hip) will make his first appearance of the spring on Monday after running the bases at full speed Saturday and Sunday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "I'm really surprised, in a good way, not just that he's ready, but that he looks as good as he does," manager Terry Francona said.
Moss (hip) could be ready for exhibition play at some point next week, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "He's so far ahead. The way he's going, it wouldn't be surprising," said manager Terry Francona in regards to Moss' possible return next week.
Moss (hip) ran the bases Monday and continues to progress towards a return to game action, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "He's been streaking along, actually," manager Terry Francona said. "It's hard to slow him down. He's passing every test they give him. Yesterday, he ran the bases. He's coming quick. I don't know the date he'll be in a game, but it's not going to be really far off."
Indians manager Terry Francona said Monday that Moss (hip) may be a bit ahead of the mid-March estimate for his first game action of the spring, mlb.com's Jordan Bastian reports.