DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) - Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista hopes to hit one major goal this year - staying healthy.
Bautista has finished the last two seasons on the disabled list. An injured left wrist stopped him in 2012 and a badly bruised left hip forced him out of the lineup last year.
The four-time All-Star took part Friday in Toronto's first full-squad workout of the season.
Bautista led the majors in home runs for two straight years before injuries got in the way.
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