Pedroia underwent surgery to repair a left thumb injury.
"I know Dustin has already begun dry swings, and he feels strong and feels stable," said manager John Farrell. "He feels that stability throughout the entire swing. Granted, it's dry swings, but he's right on track as far as all baseball activity relates to coming out of the surgery. We fully expect him to be ready to go Opening Day."
As for Victorino, who had nerve surgery on his right thumb?
"He's a little bit further behind Dustin in terms of the time frame of baseball activities," said Farrell. "He's about two weeks away from putting a ball in his hand and starting to throw. We'll take every available day in Spring Training. He'll be on the field when he's fully ready."
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