Chase Headley says his knee is feeling good and started rehabbing a week after surgery, so he got to offseason workouts earlier than usual.

Last season was a major disappointment for Headley and his owners as he hit just 13 home runsa to follow up a breakout 31-homer season the year before. With the knee being healthy and him ahead of schedule with regard to his rehab, the hope is that he posts numbers somewhere in between but closer to his 2012 totals. A .280-20-80 season would be a welcomed sight.ANALYST: Howard Bender