Pirates' Gregory Polanco (shoulder) 'healthy' after completing rehab
Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco (shoulder) is not restricted this spring training after officially finishing his shoulder rehab in January.
Polanco is looking forward to a healthy year after struggling with a left shoulder injury originally suffered in September 2018. "Way better. Way better," said Polanco when asked about his shoulder's status. "Now I can tell you, I'm healthy."
With Polanco 100%, expect the veteran to play an everyday role in the Pirates' outfield. In 153 at-bats last season, the 28-year old produced a .242 average with 6 home runs and 17 RBI.
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