Clayton Kershaw (shoulder) threw an inning to live hitters on Wednesday.
David Freese, Max Muncy and Joc Pederson were among the hitters Kershaw faced over his 22 pitches. Next for Kershaw will be a two-inning session Monday at Anaheim. The three-time Cy Young winner will open the year on the disabled list, though if all goes to plan, he could return to the Dodgers' rotation in mid-April.(více...)
Kershaw (shoulder) threw one inning of live batting practice Wednesday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Manager Dave Roberts said Kershaw felt good after the 22-pitch session, and the southpaw will throw two innings in another live BP session in Los Angeles on Monday. Kershaw remains without a timetable for his return; the earliest he could be activated from the IL is April 5 against the Rockies.(více...)
Manager Dave Roberts confirmed Kershaw (shoulder) will open the season on the injured list, Pedro Moura of The Athletic reports.
Kershaw has already been ruled out for Opening Day, so this isn't all too surprising. The southpaw is scheduled to face live hitters Wednesday, after which a more concrete return date will hopefully return. He isn't expected to pitch in the team's exhibition Freeway Series next week, though this could allow the Dodgers to backdate his IL move three days, making him eligible to return April 5 against the Rockies, if all goes as planned. It's still unclear who will start in place of Kershaw on Opening Day.(více...)
Clayton Kershaw (shoulder) will begin the season on the injured list.
The writing has been on the wall for over a month, and now Dodgers manager Dave Roberts has made the news official. Kershaw has been slowed all spring by left shoulder soreness, though he's made steady progress in recent weeks and could join the Los Angeles rotation sometime in mid-April. Rich Hill or Walker Buehler could take the hill for the Dodgers on Opening Day.(více...)
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