The second day of live batting practice took place Tuesday at Camelback Ranch, which included Zack Greinke and Hyun-jin Ryu among the pitchers. The highlight was Ryu, who threw roughly the equivalent of two innings and received instruction from Dodgers legend Sandy Koufax after the session.

Ryu faced eight different right-handed batters during his outing, which consisted of two trips to the mound of about 20 pitches each. He said he used his fastball, change up, and curve ball.

"His stuff looks like it's good. He's a little sneaky with the fastball. His changeup was really good today I thought. The breaking ball was not bad," manager Don Mattingly said. Sandy was back there figuring out his breaking ball."

Koufax showed Ryu a different grip for his curve, holding the ball deeper in his hand instead of pushing out with his thumb. Then again, Koufax did have massive hands and a do-as-I-did approach may not work for everyone.