Gordon, Lilly, Guerrier taking time with rehabs

Gordon, Lilly, Guerrier taking time with rehabs

Gordon, Lilly, Guerrier taking time with rehabs
MIAMI -- On the disabled list, Dee Gordon, Ted Lilly and Matt Guerrier are at the Dodgers' Camelback Ranch-Glendale training complex in Arizona continuing their medical rehabs, an indication that none is close to returning.

Gordon, who had the pin removed from his right thumb after tearing a ligament, has not been cleared to swing a bat yet, said manager Don Mattingly. Hanley Ramirez is the starting shortstop in Gordon's absence, and it's not clear how the infield will be aligned when Gordon returns. He's been out since July 5.

Lilly, who had a setback in his recovery from shoulder pain after beginning a Minor League rehab assignment, will throw a bullpen session Saturday. If that goes well, he could graduate to a simulated game. He's been out since May 24.

Guerrier, recovering slowly from elbow tendinitis, threw a simulated game Friday, and he hopes to return to the club when rosters expand Sept. 1. He's been out since April 19.