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.READ MORE: Gov. Larry Hogan Lifts All COVID-19 Capacity Restrictions As Of Saturday
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So, he’s looking ahead to the next baseball season and has slowly started working himself back into shape.READ MORE: Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Announces Will Lift Capacity Restrictions At Establishments Monday With Some Exceptions
“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.MORE NEWS: Kennedy Krieger Institute's ROAR For Kids Fundraiser Goes Virtual
If the season remains on track to begin with spring training in February, Mancini plans to be back and ready to go.