The Los Angeles Dodgers have remained surprisingly healthy throughout the spring. In fact, the injury updates today are not really injury updates at all. Shawn Tolleson appears to be healthy, and we already know Javy Guerra is fully healed from offseason shoulder surgery.
According to Ken Gurnick of MLB.com, Tolleson's knee looks fine and he should play with no restrictions.
Shawn Tolleson said his knee checked out fine, doesn't hurt now and he expects to be without restrictions after leaving game Tuesday.
— Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) March 6, 2013
Tolleson had hurt his knee a couple days ago while pitching against the San Diego Padres. The injury was not serious and he should be ready to get on the mound again soon.
Javy Guerra had offseason shoulder surgery and that has made him ineligible for the World Baseball Classic. Guerra was added to Team Mexico's roster on Sunday, but yesterday he was sent back to Dodgers' camp. Apparently, the fact that he had surgery at all during the offseason makes him ineligible to pitch in the WBC says Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register. It's surely disappointing, but Guerra is able to continue playing with the Dodgers this spring and preparing for the regular season.
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