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LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers kept last week's Young Guns pitching minicamp under wraps. So, nobody outside the organization saw Clayton Kershaw throw a bullpen session with no pain in his right hip, or Javy Guerra throw pain-free coming off collarbone surgery, or Ronald Belisario throwing his nasty stuff off a mound.
And no outsiders saw former first-rounder Chris Withrow now that he's been switched from a starting pitcher to a reliever, or Pedro Baez now that he's been switched from a third baseman to a pitcher.
But Rick Honeycutt saw all of that and more at Camelback Ranch-Glendale, and he's as excited as a pitching coach with eight high-priced starters and a loaded bullpen can be.
"Clayton was great, outstanding," said Honeycutt. "But he was outstanding his last three starts, so that wasn't a surprise. Shawn Tolleson had a little back tightness, but he threw a 'pen. So did Josh Wall and Javy Guerra, who isn't as far behind as I thought he'd be. Belisario was there, he threw twice, looked real good."
The Young Guns minicamp was originally intended for top pitching prospects, which is why Withrow and fellow first-rounders Zach Lee and Chris Reed were there. But with Spring Training around the corner and the pitching coaches in attendance, the Dodgers have encouraged Major Leaguers like Kershaw, Guerra and Belisario to stop by and get a bullpen in before Spring Training starts.
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