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The Thinning Continues

Robert Andino's major league camp has come to an end for this year.

Manager Fredi Gonzalez announced Friday morning that Andino, who had played in eight Spring Training games, nearly all at his natural position of shortstop, would be reassigned to Triple-A Albuquerque.

Along with Andino

Catcher Nick Trzesniak, signed as a free agent on Nov. 1, was reassigned to the Minor Leagues.

In other news, you know that minor league game that Hermida was suppose to play in yesterday, well he didn't.

Hermida had said he was going to play in a Minor League game on Friday morning, but the 23-year-old left in street clothes.

"His knee's sore, and the clock ticks against you this time of the year," general manager Larry Beinfest said. "As far as Hermida, he's not playing right now, he's not available, the knee is sore ... we'll see.

Hermida"s knee was reexamined yesterday and the test results are expected back today.  If the test doesn't come back all glowing and it's hard to think it will, don't be surprised if he opens the season on the DL.