MIAMI -- Nick Swisher got to hit in a game with a batter's eye on Sunday, and after spending so much time at the Yankees' Minor League complex last week, that was a welcome change.
Swisher went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and a home run in the Yankees' 10-8 victory over the Marlins on Sunday, and he said that while his tight groin still doesn't feel 100 percent, he's pretty close.
"If I keep doing what I'm doing here in the next couple of days, getting that confidence of knowing you're able to pick up and keep doing what you're doing, that's the biggest thing," Swisher said.
Swisher said that he feels 100 percent at the plate, but that he is still being cautious making angled turns running the bases or executing quick breaks in the outfield.
"The next couple of days I'll keep getting better, having more confidence, and just go out and have a monster year," Swisher said.