Prospect Lee cleared to resume throwing

Dodgers pitcher will rehab from circulation problem in finger

Prospect Lee cleared to resume throwing

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.

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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.

Ken Gurnick is the Los Angeles Dodgers beat reporter for MLB.com. He has covered the Dodgers for 25 seasons.

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