(Paul Sancya / Associated Press) By Dylan Hernandez February 21, 2014, 10:05 a.m. PHOENIX -- Yasiel Puig tossed a medicine ball against a concrete wall and hit in a batting cage Friday as he resumed limited workouts. Puigs right thigh, which was struck by a foul ball two days earlier, remains sore, according to Manager Don Mattingly . Puig was given the day off Thursday. Cactus League rotation Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke will pitch the Dodgers first two exhibition games, both of which are against the Arizona Diamondbacks .
Manager Bruce Bochy said that Pagan's back "kind of locked up on him" during a pre-workout meeting. Bochy rated Pagan's playing status as day to day but expressed http://null hope that the switch-hitter could resume drills Monday. Asked if he believed he can practice Monday, Pagan said, "Of course." Bochy said second baseman Marco Scutaro, also plagued by back problems, is "doing a lot better" and even performed some baseball-related activities on an auxiliary diamond. Scutaro still might need at least another 10 days before he can participate in workouts.
He posted the best time for a wideout in the 40 at 4.33, and he set combine records in the 20-yard and 60-yard shuttles. That said, Cooks will likely be selected late in the first round, and ESPN's Mel Kiper projected him at No. 28 in his "2014 Mock Draft 2.0" (subscription required). Kiper lists six wide receivers ahead of Cooks, andSammy Watkins of Clemson leads the pack.
This five or seven man booth fitness Max Workouts idea is way done-over. Its like competing sit-coms on the different channels at the same time. bcfalcon says: Feb 24, 2014 4:02 PM Cant wait for him to retire! hawkforlife says: Feb 24, 2014 4:48 PM Do the networks really think we fans like loud, obnoxious jerks like Sapp and now this clown over soft spoken knowledgeable analysts? Apparently so.
"My phone rings when they're done it and I can pull up what they did: how far, where. Then I can give them very specific feedback." Neal I. Pire, a trainer and fitness expert with the American College of Sports Medicine, is for anything that gets anyone off the couch and moving. But he cautions that online tools are no substitute for the hands-on trainer.
5 come the draft? 2014 NFL Draft WR Sammy Watkins (Clemson) Sure, he seems to be Denarius Moore 2.0, but if hes more consistent, that would be an upgrade, no? The 6-foot-1, 211-pound Watkins put on a show Sunday, running a 4.43-second 40-yard dash and showing body control and quick-twitch shiftiness in a 6.95-second three-cone drill and a 4.34-second 20-yard shuttle run. He also had a 34-inch vertical leap and a 126-inch broad jump. Perhaps more importantly, though, Watkins displayed his soft-yet-strong hands in catching passes.
"In person they can shut down but via text they have a chance to read it, let it percolate, and respond." His tools include "apps like MapMyWalk from MapMyFitness," Jordan explained. "My phone rings when they're done it and I can pull up what they did: how far, where. Then I can give them very specific feedback." Neal I. Pire, a trainer and fitness expert with the American College of Sports Medicine, is for anything that gets anyone off the couch and moving. But he cautions that online tools are no substitute for the hands-on trainer.
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