Worth noting

• The Blue Jays planned to give Brandon Morrow a good workout in his last spring outing Saturday. Morrow entered the game 0-2 in three outings, including a pair of starts, with a 9.00 ERA on 13 hits and 10 earned runs.

"I'm not sure where he's going to go, we're going to see how the innings go," Gibbons said. "We don't want to overdo it but it's going to be a good work day for him."

Jose Reyes started at shortstop Saturday. Reyes, who was the Blue Jays' designated hitter Friday, injured his hamstring a week ago and had an MRI on Monday that determined he had suffered a mild hamstring strain.

"He felt good, so he's the one guy who will probably play half the day, and he's good to go," Gibbons said.

Sean Farrell is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.