Moss (hip) could be ready for exhibition play at some point next week, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "He's so far ahead. The way he's going, it wouldn't be surprising," said manager Terry Francona in regards to Moss' possible return next week.
Floyd (elbow) will have his first appearance of the spring pushed back a couple of days, MLB.com reports. "We're just trying to back up Gavin a few days," manager Terry Francona said. "We really are adamant with him that we want him to be completely game ready when he starts to pitch, and he's been really good about communicating with us."
Moss (hip) ran the bases Monday and continues to progress towards a return to game action, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "He's been streaking along, actually," manager Terry Francona said. "It's hard to slow him down. He's passing every test they give him. Yesterday, he ran the bases. He's coming quick. I don't know the date he'll be in a game, but it's not going to be really far off."
Brantley was back on the field Wednesday and the Indians remain unconcerned about his balky back, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "He's doing fine," manager Terry Francona said. "He went out this morning and did some stuff on the field. There's no reason on Feb. 25 [to overdo it]. He's getting all his work done."
Marcum, who missed all of last year rehabbing from Thoracic Outlet Syndrome surgery, is back to full health and ready to compete for a rotation spot this spring, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "I'm 100 percent. Everything is full go," he said. "I have a full camp, just like everyone else here. We'll see what happens."