2.18: The Giants Spring Training report
-- question these days Brian Wilson sightings have been few and far between since he tweaked his back on Wednesday another day of rest on Friday but fortunately Wilson says. It will be his last. Just pulling. I'll be out there announcers. Some might call -- again we'll the other tomorrow. It was sold my news that it's like yeah. Yeah -- and yeah. Try to continue doing something from may be some would of came out of it but yeah. It's one of those things where I just send madness really no -- -- -- pitchers and catchers -- you I don't really need to. I don't need to push through this are now yeah. Yeah this is the time -- we can we can work on mission is may get more flexibility and oh yeah. And just get ready for opening day. -- more injury -- back up catcher Eli Whiteside has a sore throwing elbow MR -- results showed no structural damage Whiteside should be good to go after a couple of days' rest of course the other big story. In the last and newest big name to arrive here at camp that of course would be Miguel Tejada. The 36 year old former a's star returns to the Bay Area to take over as the everyday issue. Shortstop and remember he played mostly third base the last couple seasons and called. Two more in San Diego but the hottest says he's ready physically to make the move back to shore this. While walking -- analyses yeah. He's not by immigration they've been -- hey I'm I'm I'm trying to do the basic came and helped -- look like they know they just play baseball and my minimum yet. Since this was the official reporting date for position players they all took their physicals and gotten wade. And that includes Pablo Sandoval the panda declined to reveal his exact weight so will have to be content with the previous news that he had dropped. Thirty pounds during the off season. I'm a -- only look at his elders and see how hard he's working. Where -- Birdie Everton and he's. He's brought this offseason that I figured in the kind of commission needs to be again so. I'm happy. Think not only would panda not fess up I -- media relations director Jim -- whether it would soon be public record because rosters -- of course include weights. And he told me half jokingly you know the public doesn't want it out there who simply use hash marks instead of numbers apparently -- -- pounds have now become akin to matters of national security.
Scott Reiss takes you to Arizona for all the day's stories coming out of the Giants' Spring Training camp.