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  • Dodgers' James Outman: Sent to Triple-A

    The Dodgers optioned Outman to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Sunday, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    The 27-year-old was called up by Los Angeles in early July but will return to Triple-A as Jason Heyward (knee) returns from the injured list. Outman's latest stint in the majors didn't go particularly well, as he went 3-for-15 with eight strikeouts in nine games.

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  • Dodgers' Jason Heyward: Back from knee injury

    The Dodgers reinstated Heyward (knee) from the 10-day injured list Sunday, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    The veteran outfielder landed on the shelf in early July due to a left knee contusion and will rejoin the Dodgers without going on a minor-league rehab assignment. Heyward should have a regular spot in the lineup against right-handed pitching if he can stay healthy.

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  • Dodgers' Gavin Lux: Goes deep Saturday

    Lux went 2-for-2 with a solo home run and a double in a 7-6 extra-innings win over the Red Sox on Saturday.

    Lux got the scoring started in the contest with a solo shot in the second inning. He added a double before giving way to a pinch hitter in the seventh frame. Lux has three multi-hit efforts and a pair of long balls over his past six games, during which he's batting .353. The two homers during that span equal half of his season total of four over 80 contests.

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  • Dodgers' Enrique Hernandez: Pivotal in win

    Hernandez went 2-for-3 with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored in Saturday's win over Boston.

    Hernandez didn't enter the contest until he was put in to pinch hit for Gavin Lux in the seventh, though the former would make his presence felt, launching a leadoff homer in the bottom of the ninth to tie the game up at 4-4. The utility man also added an RBI single in his third at-bat to tie the game up in extra innings, giving him his first multi-hit performance this month. Hernandez has now homered twice in his last eight at-bats, though his average still sits at just .198 on the season.

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  • Dodgers' Justin Wrobleski: Unable to get through five frames

    Wrobleski did not factor into the decision in a win over the Red Sox on Saturday, allowing three hits and two walks over 4.1 scoreless innings. He struck out five.

    Wrobleski fanned three of the first five batters he faced on the night, but struggled with his command throughout his 4.1 innings of work. The rookie threw only eight of his 17 first pitches for strikes and reached 83 pitches overall before being relieved by Yohan Ramirez in the fifth. On a positive note, Wrobleski induced 15 whiffs in the contest and hasn't allowed more than five hits in any of his first three starts to open the campaign. Saturday also marked the first scoreless outing for the lefty this season, though he's now allowed two walks in three straight.

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  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw: Actually starting Thursday

    Correcting a previous report, Kershaw (shoulder) will start Thursday's game against the Giants, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    Manager Dave Roberts accidentally stated Kershaw would start Wednesday and Tyler Glasnow (back) would start Thursday, prompting the Dodgers to issue a correction. Kershaw has yet to make his 2024 debut after enduring a pair of setbacks in his recovery from an offseason shoulder surgery. Still, he's made two rehab starts in July, allowing three runs on six hits and a walk with seven strikeouts across seven innings. He got up to 67 pitches in his last rehab appearance, so it's expected he'll be on some sort of pitch count Thursday.

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  • Dodgers' Tyler Glasnow: Back to starting Wednesday

    Correcting a previous report, Glasnow (back) will start Wednesday's game against the Giants, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    Manager Dave Roberts accidentally stated Glasnow would start Thursday and Clayton Kershaw (shoulder) would start Wednesday, prompting the Dodgers to issue a correction. Glasnow threw 58 pitches across three simulated innings Friday and will likely be on a pitch count against San Francisco. The start will be Glasnow's first since being placed on the injured list July 9 due to back tightness.

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  • Dodgers' Tyler Glasnow: To start Thursday

    Manager Dave Roberts said Saturday that Glasnow (back) will start Thursday's game against the Giants, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    Glasnow was trending toward returning to start Wednesday's game, but it'll be Clayton Kershaw (shoulder) on the mound instead, pushing Glasnow's start to Thursday. Glasnow threw 58 pitches across three simulated innings Friday, so it's likely he will be on a pitch count for his first start since July 5. The 30-year-old has a 3.47 ERA and a 0.93 WHIP with 143 strikeouts across 109.0 innings this season.

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  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw: Confirmed for Wednesday return

    Manager Dave Roberts said Saturday that Kershaw (shoulder) will start Wednesday's game against the Giants, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    Kershaw had been rumored to start at some point during the Dodgers' four-game home series against the Giants, and Roberts confirmed that the veteran lefty will make his season debut Wednesday. In his latest rehab outing, Kershaw threw four innings and 67 pitches for Triple-A Oklahoma City, so he'll likely be under some sort of pitch count Wednesday. Since resuming his rehab assignment July 13, Kershaw has made two starts, allowing three runs on six hits and a walk with seven strikeouts over seven innings.

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  • Dodgers' Nick Anderson: Inks MiLB deal with Dodgers

    Anderson signed a minor-league contract with the Dodgers on Saturday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    The Royals designated Anderson for assignment July 13, and the reliever elected for free agency after clearing waivers. The 33-year-old logged a 4.04 ERA in 35.2 innings out of the bullpen for Kansas City and should eventually see big-league action with the Dodgers.

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  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw: Could return next week

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Saturday that the team could decide to have Kershaw (shoulder) make his season debut in a start against the Giants next week, David Vassegh of AM 570 LA Sports reports.

    Kershaw has been ramping up recently after undergoing left shoulder surgery in the offseason. He began a minor-league rehab assignment June 19 but had to put it on hold for over three weeks after experiencing soreness, though he was able to resume the stint July 13. In his most recent rehab start, Kershaw allowed three runs on six hits while striking out two batters over four innings for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday. The future Hall of Famer tossed 67 pitches and topped out at 91.7 mph in that outing, so he's nearing a typical starter's workload, though he'll almost certainly be under a pitch count upon his Dodgers season debut. If Kershaw does forego another rehab appearance and instead rejoins Los Angeles, he'd likely start either Wednesday or Thursday at home against the Giants.

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  • Dodgers' Evan Phillips: Cedes save opportunity Friday

    Phillips wasn't used in the ninth inning with the Dodgers holding a 4-1 lead over Boston on Friday, and Daniel Hudson instead closed out the contest to earn a save.

    Phillips entered Friday having squandered his last two save opportunities and holding a 7.50 ERA over his past six appearances dating back to June 30. He's been seeing more work outside the ninth inning over the past month, though those instances have largely been in high-leverage situations in which Phillips faced the opponent's top hitters. It's important to note, however, that the right-hander has struggled against lefties this season -- they've posted a .961 OPS against him, and all four of the homers Phillips has given up have come against left-handed hitters. That likely explains Phillips' absence in the ninth Friday, as all three of Boston's batters in the frame were lefties. Phillips should still be considered the top closing option for Los Angeles, but it's becoming increasingly clear that other relievers will also get save chances for the team depending on the situation.

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  • Dodgers' Freddie Freeman: Flips game with grand slam

    Freeman went 1-for-4 with a grand slam in Friday's 4-1 win over the Red Sox.

    The Dodgers hadn't mustered much offense until the eighth inning. Coming up with the bases loaded, Freeman cashed in with a blast off Brennan Bernardino. This was Freeman's 15th homer of the year, and he's hit four of them while adding 19 RBI over his last 18 games. The first baseman is at a .291/.394/.497 slash line with 65 RBI, 58 runs scored, 25 doubles and five stolen bases across 98 contests this season.

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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Secures save in return

    Hudson (back) allowed a hit and struck out one in a scoreless inning to earn the save in Friday's 4-1 win over the Red Sox.

    Hudson was sidelined by a stiff back heading into the All-Star break, but it appears the time off served him well. He hasn't allowed a run over six innings in July, adding a 7:3 K:BB with two saves, one hold and a 1-0 record this month. The right-hander remains a key high-leverage arm for the Dodgers with five saves, 13 holds, a 1.59 ERA, 0.81 WHIP and 43:7 K:BB through 39.2 innings this season.

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  • Dodgers' Gavin Stone: Steady in no-decision

    Stone allowed a run on six hits and struck out three without walking a batter over five innings Friday versus the Red Sox. He did not factor in the decision.

    Stone was on the hook for a tough-luck loss until Freddie Freeman's grand slam in the eighth inning saved the Dodgers. After allowing eight runs over 7.2 innings across his last two appearances before the All-Star break, this was an encouraging performance from Stone. The right-hander is now at a 3.19 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 79:28 K:BB through 101.2 innings over 18 starts this season. With the Dodgers potentially welcoming back Clayton Kershaw (shoulder) and Tyler Glasnow (back) next week, with Walker Buehler (hip) not far behind them, it's unclear when Stone will start again. The Dodgers open next week with a four-game set at home versus the Giants before traveling to Houston for a three-game series.

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  • Dodgers' Walker Buehler: Facing hitters soon

    Buehler (hip) will face hitters this weekend and then will return to Los Angeles to work with the Dodgers' coaching staff, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    Buehler appears to be fully recovered from the right hip inflammation that forced him to the injured list June 19, but his return date remains murky. He's been continuing his throwing program at a private pitching facility, making his return to Los Angeles noteworthy. Once he's back with the team, there should be more clarity on when Buehler will be activated.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Avg R HR ERA
Team .254
(6th)
490
(3rd)
132
(3rd)
3.73
(8th)

Injuries

Player Injury
M. Betts SS Mookie Betts SS Hand
T. Glasnow SP Tyler Glasnow SP Back
Y. Yamamoto SP Yoshinobu Yamamoto SP Triceps
C. Kershaw SP Clayton Kershaw SP Shoulder
W. Buehler SP Walker Buehler SP Hip

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