The 33-year-old West Indian, the most capped player for the five-time defending champions, completed his quarantine before starting training.
A video of the right-handed batsman, playing a variety of shots, was uploaded by the defending champions on their official Twitter handle on Thursday.
Big man. Big hits. Big match player. 🔥Kieron Pollard hits the nets for the first time ahead of tomorrow’s… https://t.co/hyBK5TtTzn
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 1617856555000
Pollard, who has been with Mumbai Indians for a considerable amount of time, is their second highest run-scorer (3,023 runs) after Rohit Sharma (5,230 runs) and has grabbed 60 wickets.
He has also smashed 198 sixes and is the second highest for his franchise after Rohit, who has 213 sixes to his name.