Let's see how this works out for the Mets. Will this prevent injuries? JAR JAR Collins might no like that....
From the NY Post
The first noticeable difference this spring will be Callaway’s schedule, which appears more favorable to the players than his predecessor’s. Under Collins, players were generally on the field by 9 a.m., and worked out past noon.Read more here.
Callaway plans to have players on the field at 10 a.m., and finished by 11:15.
“I want to get on and off the field,” Callaway said. “You can’t have standing around. That leads to injuries.”
Maybe the biggest theme this spring will be injuries — or more specifically preventing them. The hurt parade last year started in camp, with Matz and Lugo hitting the disabled list before Opening Day.