But Honeycutt said he had a “premonition” that something was bothering Kershaw and spoke to him after Wednesday’s workout.“He didn’t sound great,” Honeycutt said. “Hopefully something was just not right that day.”Kershaw hasn’t picked up a baseball since then, though the Dodgers remain hopeful he will resume his throwing program in the next week. Honeycutt said he was hopeful “the medication he’s on and stuff” will help resolve the issue. Dodgers officials would not answer questions about what treatment Kershaw is receiving.“You know Kersh is going to power through whatever,” Honeycutt said. “It wasn’t like you could see anything that jumped out of the video that would say something’s not right … and not that you see something mechanically that’s the issue. It’s more, I think, what’s going on inside the joint right now.”The closest the Dodgers have come to identifying the source of Kershaw’s discomfort was Roberts saying Friday that it was “an arm kind of thing.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error On Saturday, Roberts said Kershaw was “encouraged by the way his body is responding.”“Right now, we’re going to stick with the same program and see how he feels,” Roberts said. “I know in talking to him he feels better physically. So when the training staff decides we can ramp things back up then we’ll do so.”SEAGER STATUSShortstop Corey Seager took another step forward in his recovery from Tommy John surgery, throwing from his defensive position to first and second base during his workout Saturday.Seager had been limited to long toss in his throwing program. Saturday, he fielded ground balls at shortstop and made a limited number of throws to first and then second.He is taking batting practice during the daily workouts but has not been cleared to swing during the live batting practice sessions against the team’s pitchers, stepping in and tracking pitches only.SPANISH BROADCASTSHall of Fame broadcaster Jaime Jarrin began his 61st season with the Dodgers Saturday. Jarrin plans to cut back on his travel this year as Vin Scully did later in his career. Jarrin will only travel to NL West cities plus the Dodgers’ road trip to Boston and Philadelphia right after the All-Star break.When Jarrin is not traveling, the Dodgers do not plan to have any Spanish-speaking broadcasters travel with the team. Radio commentary will be a simulcast of Pepe Yniguez and Fernando Valenzuela from the Spanish-language TV broadcast which is done in studio not from the stadium.Related Articles Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire The Dodgers were the first major-league team to broadcast their full regular-season schedule in Spanish but broadcasters like Rene Cardenas and Jarrin did not travel in the early years.HONEYCUTT RETURNSHoneycutt plans to ease into the spring workouts after having a five-hour surgery to repair a damaged disc that required the insertion of four three-inch screws in his back. Honeycutt said he tried to address the problem with rehab and physical therapy for most of the offseason. An MRI made it apparent that wasn’t going to be enough.“It was just something that had to be done and had to be done now,” Honeycutt said. “After Dr. (Robert) Watkins saw the MRI he said, ‘There’s no way you’re going to make it through the season like this.’” GLENDALE, Ariz. >> Dodgers pitching coach Rick Honeycutt made his first appearance at camp Saturday, wearing a back brace 11 days after undergoing disc surgery.But it was another medical issue lingering over the Dodgers that only became murkier.While recovering from surgery, Honeycutt said he watched video of the Dodgers’ pitchers throwing sessions and talked with bullpen coach Mark Prior (filling in for Honeycutt) daily. Honeycutt also said he spoke with Clayton Kershaw whose throwing program was put on hold for unspecified reasons after he emerged from a live batting practice session Wednesday not “feeling right.”Kershaw declined to be more specific than that. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said it was not related to the back problems Kershaw has had over the past three years but shed no more light on the situation than that.