This is a pretty quiet camp for the
In light of the way Puig finished last season -- an OPS that dropped from .915 in the first half to .780 in the second half, followed by a playoff series in which he struck out eight times in 12 at-bats -- is Manager
"Not really," Mattingly said. "His spring was a little rough last year. I'm not really concerned about his average or anything like that. He looks fine. He's hit some balls decent."
Puig batted .167 with a .402 OPS last spring. He batted .276 with an .835 OPS in April and .398 with a 1.224 OPS in May.
In other notes from the Dodgers camp Thursday morning:
--The Dodgers' starting pitchers will start batting for themselves on Friday, starting with
--Mattingly said the Dodgers would keep the "best seven" relievers, left-handed or right-handed.
With Greinke taking his turn Saturday in San Antonio, Huff will start Saturday in Arizona. He'll be tired; Mattingly said Huff's wife went into labor Thursday. Mattingly said Huff and right-handers
--Mattingly said he did not expect to see infielder