DUNEDIN, Fla. -- Yunel Escobar and Edwin Encarnacion were among the latest position players to arrive at Toronto's Spring Training facility in Dunedin on Friday.
The pair were the final two remaining players expected to be on the Opening Day roster who had yet to report to camp. Prospects David Cooper and Mike McDade also reported and are included in the 64 players at Spring Training.
The only player who has not yet reported to camp is outfielder Ricardo Nanita. The 30-year-old has experienced some problems with his visa but apparently had the issues resolved and should arrive soon.
"He's had some documentation that he's working through," Blue Jays manager John Farrell said. "My last report was that he was traveling in today, but other than that everyone is here."
Nanita hit .330 with 11 homers and 56 RBIs and a .858 OPS split between Double-A and Triple-A in 2011. He could begin taking part in camp as early as Saturday.
Blue Jays ready for first workout Saturday
DUNEDIN, Fla. -- The Blue Jays will hold their first official full squad workout on Saturday afternoon at the Bobby Mattick Training Center.
There are 64 players currently in camp, including 24 non-roster invitees. They include 33 pitchers, seven catchers, 15 infielders, and nine outfielders.
On Saturday, the pitchers will complete their final day of bullpen sessions before getting ready to start facing live hitters.
"We won't have hitters standing in with pitchers yet -- that will be on Sunday -- but it's our first full squad," Blue Jays manager John Farrell said. "We've got more of our initial orientation that we'll go through before we hit the field tomorrow.
"Now we've got a chance to start getting our bunt plays in order, with guys at every position. That's the next step, and the next progression into batting practice after that."
The Blue Jays will continue their workouts right up until March 3, when they open their Grapefruit League season with a home game against the Pirates.