BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Just two months after he completed chemotherapy for colon cancer, Orioles outfielder Trey Mancini continues to have a clean bill of health.
Mancini said Wednesday his most recent bloodwork shows no tumor in his DNA.
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So, he’s looking ahead to the next baseball season and has slowly started working himself back into shape.
“I work out five times a week,” Mancini said. “Right now, I’m still just doing tee work, something you slowly want to progress into because I had a pretty good amount of time off. You really want to ease into it.”
The 28-year-old underwent surgery in March to remove a malignant tumor in his colon.
If the season remains on track to begin with spring training in February, Mancini plans to be back and ready to go.