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Dyson feeling better, resumes light throwing

March 17, 2016

SURPRISE, Ariz. -- Royals outfielder Jarrod Dyson, out with a Grade 2 oblique strain, is beginning to do light throwing and said he doesn't expect to miss more than two weeks of the regular season."It's a process," Dyson said. "I'm feeling better."I'm moving around a little bit in the weight

SURPRISE, Ariz. -- Royals outfielder Jarrod Dyson, out with a Grade 2 oblique strain, is beginning to do light throwing and said he doesn't expect to miss more than two weeks of the regular season.
"It's a process," Dyson said. "I'm feeling better.
"I'm moving around a little bit in the weight room, but just body weights. Haven't picked up a bat yet. I miss that."
Dyson said he isn't sure when he can resume hitting.
"Just make sure all the pain is out of there first so I don't re-injure it," Dyson said.
While the Royals break camp two weeks from Saturday, it is possible Dyson will stay behind in extended spring to continue his rehab.

Jeffrey Flanagan is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @FlannyMLB.