Orioles: Morning news
Koji Uehara just threw 54 pitches in his first bullpen session since suffering a strained hamstring in a start two weeks ago against the New York Mets, who -- coincidentally -- arrived at Fort Lauderdale Stadium while he was on the mound.
Uehara then went to the back field and did his running. He looked fine, but we'll get a report from him and his interpreter a little later.
Orioles majority partner Peter Angelos is expected in camp at some point this morning or in the early afternoon. He's expected to watch the game today at Fort Lauderdale Stadium and maybe tomorrow in Jupiter.
Reliever Jim Johnson played catch today to test his tight shoulder. He apparently is suffering from some tendinitis, and not an impingement as previously believed. He will throw a bullpen session in about a week if his rehab continues to go well.
Jeremy Guthrie is probably going to head back from the World Baseball Classic early. If he gets here in time, he'll start on Monday and be followed to the mound by Adam Eaton.