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Iglesias is starting at shortstop and hitting second inf the Tigers' first spring lineup, Anthony Fenech of freep.com reports.
Iglesias (leg) could serve as the designated hitter early in spring training to get in extra at bats, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Iglesias (shins) is only running at about 85-90 percent intensity, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus admitted that "there's a little bit of concern" regarding how Iglesias' shins will hold up over the long grind of the season, MLive.com reports.
Iglesias, who is recovering from stress fractures in both shins, has been running this offseason, Lynn Henning of The Detroit News reports.
Iglesias (lower leg) is expected to be ready for spring training, the Detroit Free Press reports. "The doctors tell me he'll be fine," GM Dave Dombrowski said. "He's going to be ready for spring training, he's going to be ready to go, and he's over all of his (injuries)."
Iglesias (leg) has been cleared for lower-body exercises, and hopes to be ready for a normal offseason program, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.