DENVER -- Rockies left fielder Carlos Gonzalez did some throwing Saturday, but there has been no dramatic change in the condition of his left index finger. Chronic swelling in the finger led the Rockies to place him on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday.
Gonzalez has not been cleared to swing the bat, and the throwing was more to keep his arm in condition, although the swelling affects his ability to grip the baseball.
Asked if he thought Gonzalez would be ready when eligible to return from the DL on June 19, Weiss said, "That's the best-case scenario, but it's hard to tell right now."
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