Mets OF Curtis Granderson arrived at Spring Training on Monday and said his surgically repaired left thumb is totally healed (Feb. 15).
Granderson got the brace off the thumb in the middle of December and was told by his doctor that no physical therapy was needed. He saw the doctor again in January and was told he was "good to go."
"I've been working out, started hitting again in January like I normally do," Granderson said. "All baseball activities as normal."
Granderson injured the thumb during Game 3 of the NLCS and had surgery on it shortly after the World Series ended.
Granderson, 34, hit .259 with a .364 OBP and .457 SLG to go along with 26 HR and 70 RBIs in 157 games last season.