Aug 3 Lee is capable of doing everything except baseball stuff as he continues his rehabilitation on his right wrist for the Cubs. An MRI on Monday showed the wrist is normal. "We're not going to do anything baseball-wise until he feels 100 percent," Cubs athletic trainer Mark O'Neal said. "Like (general manager Jim Hendry) said the other day, we're not shutting him down. We want to know where we are with him when the season's over..."
Advice: Lee has been slowed by a fractured right wrist suffered on April 19 when he collided with the Los Angeles Dodgers' Rafael Furcal. The first baseman is hitting .261 with four homers and 14 RBIs in 34 games for the Cubs this season after winning the NL batting title with a .335 average and adding 46 homers and 107 RBIs.
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