Just don’t swing at the pitch. “I’ve got to remind myself that every pitch: don’t swing, don’t swing,” Frank Catalanotto said. There are plans for a couple of more “tracking” drills this week before letting the hitters finally take some cuts against pitchers. But they might not be swinging until the first Cactus League game Friday against Kansas City, which shares the same spring training complex. Pavano has MRIYankees pitcher Carl Pavano had an MRI exam and X-rays taken Sunday on his injured left foot. The team didn’t immediately release the results, but Pavano said afterward that he wasn’t concerned. “Just for precaution,” Pavano said. “It’s feeling better than it did. I’m not really too alarmed. There’s no bruising or anything. It’s just stiff.” Pavano didn’t participate in on-field drills. He did undergo treatment, including icing the foot. Pavano was hit on the instep in batting practice Saturday by infielder Alberto Gonzalez’s line drive. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “I’m not worried about that at all. I’m used to it,” he said. “Wherever they play me, I’m ready for either. Obviously, I’m going to have to work hard at each position. It’s possible I might not know which one I’m playing until three days before the opener, but that’s fine. If I work hard at both all spring, it won’t matter.” Manager Jim Tracy doesn’t sound too concerned, either. He said he would like to choose between Castillo and Bautista by the time there are roughly two weeks left in the spring, then give Sanchez the rest of the time to get comfortable with the position he’ll be playing regularly. No swing sessionSammy Sosa stepped into the batter’s box against live pitching for the first time Sunday. The slugger didn’t even swing the bat. Neither did Michael Young, Mark Teixeira or any of the other Texas Rangers hitters. And that’s exactly what manager Ron Washington expected. “The hitters get some timing, seeing an arm come at them,” Washington said. “That’s what that’s all about. Nothing more, nothing less. Get some timing, track the ball, see where you are.” Sanchez excelled at third base last season but has performed exclusively at second in the opening days of camp, largely because the Pirates are trying to determine where two other competing infielders, Jose Castillo and Jose Bautista, fit into the team. If Sanchez is troubled by that, it isn’t showing. The National League’s reigning batting champion doesn’t really know what position he’s going to play, and he doesn’t care much either. Freddy Sanchez is taking everything in stride just a few months after he hit .344 for the Pittsburgh Pirates.