Saito ready to go

He will pitch an inning in tomorrow’s game, and Honeycutt says he’ll have time to pitch seven innings between now and opening day, which should be enough. For now, those innings are scheduled for March 15 (tomorrow), 18, 20, 22, 24, 27 and 28, after which he’ll have two days to rest up for the opener on March 31. “That’s the best-case scenario,” Honeycutt said. And if he has a setback of any kind? “I’m not even going to go there,” Honeycutt said. “I’m trying to think positive.”

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