Some pitchers also were able to get some work in as well, but for the most part it had to remain a relatively relaxed day with all of the fields being shut down because of the rain.
"They got done what they needed to, but this early in spring, the second day for the position players, we needed it. But there's plenty of time," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. "We'll get plenty of work when we start playing games, start breaking down this team a little bit, but we could have used it."
The Blue Jays will have their final full-squad workout day on Sunday. The club will then hold an intrasquad game on Monday with the Grapefruit League season officially opening vs. Pittsburgh the following day.
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