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Neck doing well, Lilly throws bullpen session

Neck doing well, Lilly throws bullpen session

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Neck doing well, Lilly throws bullpen session

SAN DIEGO -- Dodgers starting pitcher Ted Lilly threw his first bullpen session Saturday since being placed on the disabled list June 5 with a neck strain.

Lilly threw all fastballs and reported no discomfort in the neck, which responded well to an epidural injection.

He is already eligible to come off the DL, but needs to throw several more bullpen sessions and go on a Minor League rehab assignment before he can rejoin the big league club.

Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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