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Carl Crawford 'stuck' in his rehab, Dodgers hopeful Juan Uribe is back soon

Stephen Dunn

LOS ANGELES -- Don Mattingly said today that Carl Crawford is "stuck," that is he isn't moving backward but Crawford is not playing any simulated games or hitting right now because his left ankle isn't healing as quickly as it was during the first week after his injury.

Crawford remains at the Dodgers facility at Camelback Ranch in Arizona but there is no timetable as to when Crawford will begin to hit.

Juan Uribe ran today at Dodger Stadium and Mattingly is hopeful that Uribe can start playing games back with the Dodgers as soon as this week.

Chone Figgins and Chad Billingsley will meet with team physician Dr. Neal ElAttrache later on Sunday.  Figgins said today he had not met Dr. ElAttache prior to today's consultation and that they will review the MRI of his left calf strain and see what the recovery process looks like.

Chad BIllingsley will review his options with the doctor is options regarding his partially torn flexor tendon, though as Billingsley noted Saturday he is very likely out for the season.