Gordon resumes baseball activity

Gordon resumes baseball activity

Gordon resumes baseball activity
MILWAUKEE -- Dee Gordon, on the disabled list since Aug. 10 with a right shoulder contusion, began throwing for the first time on Monday before the Dodgers played the Brewers at Miller Park, a game that ended in a 3-0 loss.

Gordon is expected to be able to play in late August, when he is eligible to come off the DL.

"He's going to do a little bit of tee work," manager Don Mattingly said.

Meanwhile, Mattingly said that Kenley Jansen, on the DL since July 27 because of cardiac arrhythmia, will pitch in rehab games on Sunday and probably again on Tuesday. Mattingly said that it was not yet determined which Minor League team Jansen would join for the outings.