Baltimore Sun photographer Karl Merton Ferron created a timelapse of his trip to Orioles spring training in Sarasota -- From BWI to Ed Smith Stadium and the grounds. (Baltimore Sun)
Orioles right-hander Ryan Webb, shelved since tweaking his left knee Sunday, resumed throwing on Friday, manager Buck Showalter said.
Webb injured the knee while playing catch before Sunday's workout. He initially thought nothing of the discomfort and continued participating in drills. After icing it all day, Webb noticed the swelling increased, and he said he was told he developed an allergic reaction to the ice.
He's been receiving treatment since.
"He felt a lot better," Showalter said Friday.
Showalter said Webb will likely need to throw one more bullpen session before he returns for games. Showalter said Webb likely won't get into a game until after the weekend.
Infielder Paul Janish has been cleared to play after surgery to remove bone chips from his elbow four weeks ago.
Showalter said that Janish is scheduled to DH in the Orioles' minor league exhibition game against the Puerto Rico developmental team Saturday. He could also see time in the team's "B" game against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday on the Ed Smith Stadium field.
Janish has been throwing from 90 feet, so Showalter was unsure how much he'd be able to play the field. Showalter offered Janish the opportunity to see time at first base.
"He's going to see about playing the field," the manager said. "I might DH him every inning to get him some at bats."