ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Texas Rangers second baseman Jurickson Profar says he is throwing with no problems. He expects to be fully healthy for spring training after missing the past two seasons because of right shoulder issues.

Profar said Wednesday that he's ready to play after not being in a major league game since the end of the 2013 season. He is among several Rangers players taking part in a winter camp this week.

Profar first got hurt at the end of spring training in 2014, and missed all of that season. After several setbacks in his rehab, he had surgery on a torn labrum last February and missed another whole season.

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This time, Profar says he's 100 percent and anticipates throwing to bases by next week.