March 17th, 2010

Seay feels good, still has ways to go

Just talked with Bobby Seay, who said his arm feels good after throwing a 5-minute bullpen session yesterday. However, he cautioned, that doesnt mean his next step is to pitch in a game. Far from it. Hell throw a similar session tomorrow and maybe some more after that. As he explained, he hasnt thrown any breaking balls at all this spring, and he needs that pitch in a game.

Asked whether the timetable is now a question for opening day, Seay said its too early to tell. But without question, its going to be a process that takes some time. As he put it, his spring training has basically just started.