Worth noting

• Brett Pill wasn't available to play Thursday because of swelling in his knee. Bochy doesn't think the injury is anything serious and said the 28-year-old likely would return to baseball activities Friday, although he won't be able to play until at least Saturday.

"He doesn't know how he did it but it wasn't in a game," Bochy said. "He just came in and there was some swelling."

• Out since Feb. 26 with an oblique strain, Andres Torres is beginning to swing from the right side and could take batting practice soon. Bochy said the earliest the outfielder could return to game action would be Monday or Tuesday.

• Tony Abreu had a good day Thursday in his recovery from a strained quad, according to Bochy. The manager wouldn't give a target day for Abreu's Spring Training debut, but said the infielder is getting close.

Abreu is expected to compete for a utility job for the Giants.

"It'll be nice to see what he can do. He's got some skills," Bochy said. "He had a setback but we're finally making some progress like we were hoping."

Tyler Emerick is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.