Jan 28, 2013, 12:16 PM EST
His wife and daughter are doing well and so is Ellis, who told Steve Dilbeck of the Los Angeles Times that he’s fully recovered from surgery and will be ready to go for spring training.
“I’m doing all my regular baseball activities,” Ellis said. “It looks like a normal January for me.”
Dilbeck notes that Ellis lives in Wisconsin during the offseason and did his rehab work with the Brewers’ medical staff after the Dodgers “arranged the medical cooperation.”
Ellis is one of the few things about the Dodgers that hasn’t gotten headlines during the past year, but after spending a decade in the minors he got his first extended opportunity at age 31 and took advantage in a big way by hitting .270 with 13 homers and a team-leading .373 on-base percentage in 133 games.
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