Lilly scratched from spring debut Wednesday

Lilly scratched from spring debut Wednesday

Lilly scratched from spring debut Wednesday
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The flu bug that swept through Camelback Ranch-Glendale has claimed its latest victim, Ted Lilly, who will be scratched on Wednesday from his scheduled Spring Training debut as the Dodgers' starting pitcher against Kansas City.

Instead of Lilly, the Dodgers will start non-roster right-hander Tim Redding, who started one of Saturday's split-squad games and pitched two innings. It is not known when Lilly will pitch.

Redding, who was scheduled to pitch Wednesday anyway, is expected to be followed by Carlos Monasterios, Scott Elbert, Ramon Troncoso and Luis Vasquez.