Cliff Lee hasn't pitched in a major league baseball game since 2014.

According to a report, Lee has been throwing in a program and plans to pitch in 2016.

The report from Jon Heyman, CBS Sports, also cautions that Lee will only pitch if he "finds the right fit."

Lee missed the entire 2015 season with a torn flexor tendon in his throwing arm during spring training with the Phillies.

Lee, 37, only pitched in 13 games in 2014 and was it became obvious that Lee was reaching the end of the road.

The Phillies had a $27.5 million club option for Lee in 2016, but it was declined by the team and he was bought out for $12.5 million making him a free agent.

Don't expect Lee to sign any long term deal if he remains healthy enough to pitch in the major leagues, it's likely he would sign a minor league deal.

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