Houston Astros catcher Jason Castro feels he is all the way back from the right knee injury that cost him the 2011 season.
Castro caught all nine innings of Friday night's 5-1 split-squad victory over the Atlanta Braves.
He added a couple of hits, raising his batting average to .333 in 39 at-bats.
''I made some mechanical adjustments in my swing. It was something I was going to put in last year before I got hurt,'' Castro said.
''Unfortunately I wasn't able to do that so I've had a little extra time to get comfortable with those adjustments. I think offense is a big part of my game and hopefully I can just continue to show that.''
Most importantly for the Astros, Castro is back behind the plate and handling pitchers the way he did in 2010.
''I couldn't ask for anything more,'' manager Brad Mills said.
Castro tore his ACL in Houston's second exhibition game last March and underwent season-ending surgery a few days later.
There have been no signs of it this spring.
''I put in...