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Dodgers Notes: Tyler Glasnow First Bullpen, Shohei Ohtani Workout Caught on Camera, Will Smith Delayed

As things settle in at Dodgers camp, we’re starting to see all the new faces around Camelback Ranch in action. Yoshinobu Yamamoto threw his first official bullpen session as a Dodger on Friday and Saturday saw Tyler Glasnow’s first mound day as a Dodger alongside some new LA teammates.

Also getting in work were right-handers Evan Phillips, Gavin Stone, and Bobby Miller. More footage from a busy Saturday can be found here or watched in the video player at the top of this article.

It was also a busy day for Shohei Ohtani who went through the paces in his workout with the Dodgers training staff. The full workout was caught on camera by a member of Japanese media and uploaded on YouTube.

かなり激しい、下半身強化のトレーニング!それでも楽しく‼️【大谷翔平選手】Shohei Ohtani 2024 Spring Training

In the video we also see Ohtani introduce himself to pitcher Alex Vesia.

More Dodgers News and Notes from Sunday

  • Dave Roberts told reporters on Sunday morning that catcher Will Smith and reliever Joe Kelly haven’t yet arrived at Camelback Ranch. Their absences were excused and they’re expected to be in camp this week.
  • According to Bill Plunkett, non-roster invite RHP Dinelson Lamet also has not reported to camp yet.
  • LA Times columnist Dylan Hernandez wrote about Walker Buehler and his return from Tommy John surgery. In his article, he questioned Buelher’s mindset heading into his final season under contract.
  • Veteran infielder Miguel Rojas surprised new teammates Yoshinobu Yamamoto and Shohei Ohtani with bottles of wine in their lockers at Camelback, telling reporters “I wanted to do something to make them feel welcome.”
  • Yamamoto had jokes in his first media session of the spring. When asked about the guys he has around him in the starting rotation, he said “everybody is bigger than me.’ The 5’10” pitcher is expected to be the opening day starter for the Dodgers when the team plays the Padres in Seoul, Korea on March 20th.
  • Dave Roberts also said that he expects to go with “piggyback” pitchers “to take down a couple, two, three innings behind the starter” for the two game opening series in Korea.

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