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Matt Shoemaker faced hitters Wednesday for the first time since he was hit in the head by a line drive last September.

Shoemaker required emergency brain surgery after being hit by the liner, but all has gone well in his rehab. He faced five hitters on Wednesday and said that he felt great. "It is a big deal but I'm glad it didn't feel like a big deal," said Shoemaker. The veteran right-hander wore something in his cap as a precaution and could use some sort of protective gear during the season.
Feb 22 - 3:28 PM

Kevin Siegrist (shoulder) threw about 25 pitches Wednesday in his first bullpen session of the spring.

Siegrist has been taking it easy in the early days of camp after coming down with some soreness around his left shoulder and triceps. He'll see how he feels on Thursday before deciding on the next step, but he's moving in the right direction. Siegrist is expected to pitch in a set-up role this season.
Feb 22 - 3:21 PM

Dodgers prospect first baseman Cody Bellinger is now represented by Scott Boras.

As Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register notes, Boras also represents fellow Dodgers youngsters Corey Seager and Julio Urias. Bellinger, 21, slugged 23 homers with an .843 OPS over 114 games in Double-A last season and is quickly emerging as one of the game's top prospects.
Feb 22 - 3:17 PM

Tea Turner missed part of Wednesday's workout because he was summoned for jury duty.

West Palm Beach isn't far from Turner's home in Lake Worth, Florida, so it wasn't much of a hassle. True to form, the 23-year-old got out of there in a hurry. "He told me he was going to jury duty. Then he got there and he said they didn’t need him," said Nationals manager Dusty Baker. "When they call, you don’t have much choice. He seemed pretty happy about not doing it, though."
Feb 22 - 3:11 PM

Todd Frazier suffered an oblique strain on Monday.

The issue was originally described as soreness in his lower left side. Either way, he's likely to be shut down for a few days. There's no need to take a chance with him this early in the spring.
Feb 22 - 2:38 PM
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