Mar 23, 2011, 2:48 PM EDT
It was good to get out there and see what I’ve got. I can play but it’s going to be their decision. Hopefully it will be fine by then but it will be their decision if they want to go forward with me being at 80, 90 percent. It is better for the long run to not be stupid, I guess.
Mike Rutsey of the Toronto Sun reports that Hill “moved at half speed coming out of the box and three-quarters speed in the infield” during yesterday’s game, and he also went 0-for-3 at the plate.
Assuming he can get healthy relatively soon Hill is a good bet for a big bounceback season, as his dreadful .205 batting average was due largely to an unsustainably awful mark on balls in play and he still managed to smack 26 homers in 528 at-bats.
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- Another one bites the dust: Mets lose young catcher Travis d’Arnaud to fractured right hand 14
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- Another argument in favor of making the DH universal (128)
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- Joe Buck has a truly awful suggestion about how to improve MLB broadcasts (103)