Zach Lee, the standout triple-A pitcher who has not had an opportunity to make a spot start for the
Lee was in Los Angeles on Thursday to have tingling in his fingers examined after having his last scheduled start for Oklahoma City canceled on Wednesday.
“He’s having some tingling in his fingers, and he’s here to get checked out,” said Manager
Lee, the team's No.1 draft pick in 2011, is 5-3 with a 2.38 ERA and 1.09 WHIP for the triple-A Dodgers. The Dodgers have used five different triple-A pitchers to spot start this season.
The Dodgers also played Thursday without second baseman