At one point, Hanley Ramirez slid back to his old position. He took one grounder at short before drifting back to his right. If Ramirez is having trouble cutting the cord, he didn't show it Tuesday.

The day before Miami Marlins pitchers and catchers officially take the field for the first time, Ramirez went through a multi-course baseball workout that included groundballs at his new infield spot. Manager Ozzie Guillen's son, Oney, alternated hitting fungoes to Ramirez at third and Omar Infante at second. Ozzie Jr. received throws at first.

Told Ramirez was on the field at third, President of Baseball Operations Larry Beinfest joked: "How'd he do? Did he catch any?"