Farrell doesn’t want Drew situation to linger for Red Sox ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe staff Clay Buchholz carried his guitar case as he arrived for the official start of spring training in Fort Myers, Fla. Jim Davis/Globe staff Jason Varitek, a former team captain and current front-office employee, walked in largely unnoticed by the photographers. Jim Davis/Globe staff New Red Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski (second from right) and David Ross (far right) were joined by Pierzynski's son Austin (center). Jim Davis/Globe staff Ross played coach as he hit ground balls to infielders under blue skies. Jim Davis/Globe staff Junichi Tazawa threw the ball in front of a banner celebrating the Red Sox' 2013 World Series win. Jim Davis/Globe staff Koji Uehara arrived with a big smile as he went to one of the fields to begin working out. Jim Davis/Globe staff Uehara got some running done at JetBlue Park. Jim Davis/Globe staff The closer stretched during Saturday's sessions. Jim Davis/Globe staff Before practicing his pitches, Uehara picked some grass and tossed it into the air to check the wind direction. Jim Davis/Globe staff As Uehara prepared to do an interview with Japanese media, the backdrop started to blow over in the gusty winds. He quickly grabbed it and propped it back up. Jim Davis/Globe staff Uehara said he will continue to play until someone tells him he can't anymore. Jim Davis/Globe staff Ryan Dempster (left) received a big hug from Jackie Bradley Jr. Jim Davis/Globe staff Fans are not yet allowed into the area, but some came anyway and called out to Ross from behind the fence. Jim Davis/Globe staff Pitcher Shunsuke Watanabe threw in the outfield. Jim Davis/Globe staff Manager John Farrell had his first sit-down with the media Saturday afternoon.