Red Sox Spring Training Blog: First Full-Squad Workout In The Books
“Why? Because I was going through some personal issues, a divorce, but I came here [to the Surprise complex] and this is the first time I worked out in the offseason, professionally with a group.” Supervising that group of Royals was Ryan Stoneberg, then the Minor League strength and conditioning coach, who now holds that position with the big league club. “Bruce is a really nice guy who’s very receptive to instruction,” Stoneberg said, “and I think he just found himself in an environment where http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm we gave him a lot of TLC, a lot of quality instruction.” Chen strengthened the weaker areas of his body, and in 2010, he paced the Royals’ starting staff with a 12-7 record. He signed back as a free agent and led the ’11 team in wins again with a 12-8 record. During this time, Chen had found a natural soul mate in then-Royals pitching coach Bob McClure, a lefty who had pitched for 19 seasons in the Majors.
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Jeter takes center stage in Yankees’ first workout
– Prior to the workout the Sox met as a team with John Henry, Ben Cherington, and John Farrell, who all addressed the players. Farrell said the message was to get back to the mindset of last spring, not the most recent memory of winning a World Series. Farrell also didnt think there would be any letdown from the team. Cherington talked about being relentless.focusing on today.and having each others backs. – The team has its annual charity golf tournament Friday here in Fort Myers, so they will start their workouts earlier in the day. Farrell also said that pitchers will throw live batting practice starting Friday.
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“Everything is good,” Jeter said, knocking his knuckles against the wood of his clubhouse locker. “Like I told you, I’ve been working extremely hard to get my strength back. I feel like it’s back, I feel strong, so it’s not an issue in my mind. I don’t think about it.” Observers have noted that Jeter looks younger in photographs than he did last season.
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