Closer George Sherrill knows his numbers are ugly right now. He's given up 17 base runners in 5 1/3 innings of work, but he says he always has trouble bringing his mechanics together in spring training and expects his performance to improve during the final days of training camp.
If they don't, he said he would have no problem if manager Dave Trembley decided to start the season with Chris Ray as the primary closer.
“He (Ray) has looked good this spring,’’ Sherrill said. “If that’s something they want to do, that’s fine. All I want to do is win. I don’t care what my title is.”