That’s worth looking at. It looks like he’s added a few pounds. It may not be in sync with the rest of his body as he gets used to the difference. He can plant, he can pivot and hop into his moves-bouncy in the field-but if there’s anything yet to be demonstrated with consistency it’s that. I’m going to say that because of his feet and legs being much better than average and with the coaches and guys always on him, this will not be an inconsistency for long. Darell is being challenged often at camp and has responded in some good ways. I noticed this as a positive sign already.
Considering the other two, in the drills I’ve seen no issue in any way. Ortiz has no problem with the arm motion, it’s brief, and the steam on the throw is there. The relay drill is his chance to show it, he can spin his core into it and step. Grenier hits targets well consistently with no throw issues to match his no glove issues.
As I’ve said before. the new regime has had a full season and now a full offseason with Davis I’m sure with oberservations and analysis from last season they put a offseason program in place for Davis to follow so far from everything I’ve read and noticeably seen in added bulk along with a small sample size of at bats it appears to have had a positive impact on CD. I have faith in this regime and believe if anybody can get the best out of CD they can.