Prospect Lee cleared to resume throwing
Dodgers pitcher will rehab from circulation problem in finger
LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers No. 13 prospect, pitcher Zach Lee, has been cleared to resume throwing after missing more than two weeks with poor circulation in his right middle finger.
Lee experienced tingling in the fingertip and extensive tests were run to determine if there was a problem requiring surgical intervention, but doctors did not determine that was needed.
Lee will rehab at the club's Arizona training complex and is expected to be game-ready in two to three weeks.