From the L.A. Times:
James Loney's spring debut in the outfield was an eventful one with the first baseman misplaying at least three fly balls under difficult skies. Loney played right field twice last season and the Dodgers would like to have the option of using him there more frequently this season to get his bat in the lineup.
Funny, you take it for granted that these professional baseball players run, hit and catch as easily as they breathe and walk. I guess breathing and walking just got a little harder.