He's back from the instructional league in Tucson: "Dude, I feel great. Health-wise, I feel great. I felt pretty much 100 percent... I didn't have any expectations about hits or how far I was hitting balls. But for me it was to go out there and show I can play nine innings on back-to-back-to-back days." Farm director Mike Berger agreed: "I would have never known he was coming off valley fever... I think he was anxious at first, trying to find his rhythm. But there's no doubt it's in there. The bat speed is in there."