• Update on Gardner, Robertson

    Via Chad Jennings, a brief update on the statuses of Brett Gardner and David Robertson. Gardner got five at bats in an extended spring training game yesterday, but won’t be in action today, taking batting practice instead. After that he’ll be back in game action, probably for multiple days in a row. There seems to still be a chance that Gardner returns to the team this Sunday, but the consensus is that Monday against the Braves is more likely.

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