BRADENTON - Just some brief notes from instructs on Thursday. The more experienced players returned from two days on the road to play the Yankees. The pitching lineup didn't have the elite prospects that it had on Monday, when Mitch Keller and Taylor Hearn threw. The game did include righties Blake Cederlind and Angel German -- the latter, of course, came from the Dodgers in the Tony Watson deal -- and lefty Domingo Robles. The starter was Robles, who got through two uneventful innings. Cederlind is coming off a tough season at West Virginia. He was sitting around 96 yesterday and had one scoreless inning; I didn't see his second inning.
After playing second on Monday, Wyatt Mathisen was at first yesterday, with first baseman Jerrick Suiter at third. I doubt Suiter playing third rea...
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