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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Likely to miss 6-to-8 weeks

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Monday that the expectation is Betts (wrist) will be sidelined 6-to-8 weeks, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.

    It's an approximate timeline, as Roberts noted that much will depend on how Betts' fractured left wrist heals in the coming weeks. If Roberts' suggested timetable holds true, that means Betts will be out at least until late July. Miguel Rojas is expected to be the Dodgers' regular shortstop while Betts is on the shelf.

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  • Dodgers' Shohei Ohtani: Moves up to leadoff without Betts

    Ohtani will start at designated hitter and bat leadoff in Monday's game in Colorado.

    In the Dodgers' first game without Mookie Betts (hand), Ohtani slides up one spot and will be followed by Will Smith, who moves from cleanup to the two hole. Ohtani also hit leadoff once back on May 18 when Betts had a day off. It's the only two times this season he hasn't hit second.

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  • Dodgers' Miguel Vargas: Called up from Triple-A

    The Dodgers recalled Vargas from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday.

    Shortstop Mookie Betts (hand) was placed on the 10-day injured list in a corresponding move, but Vargas isn't expected to get the first chance to replace the seven-time All-Star in the Dodgers' everyday lineup. Instead, manager Dave Roberts suggested after Sunday's 3-0 win over the Royals that Miguel Rojas would likely step in as the Dodgers' primary shortstop, so Vargas could be limited to the short-side platoon role in the corner outfield that he previously held during his three-plus-week stay with the big club earlier in the season. Vargas saw extended time at second base with the Dodgers and Oklahoma City in 2023, but he's played exclusively in left field and at designated hitter in 2024.

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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Move to IL official

    The Dodgers placed Betts (wrist) on the 10-day injured list Monday.

    Betts remains without a clear timeline to return to the Dodgers lineup after fracturing a bone in his left hand/wrist in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Royals, but fantasy managers should prepare for the seven-time All-Star to be out for multiple weeks. The Dodgers recalled outfielder Miguel Vargas from Triple-A Oklahoma City in a corresponding move. Vargas could serve as a short-side platoon player while he's up with the Dodgers, as manager Dave Roberts suggested after Sunday's game that Miguel Rojas will get the first chance to replace Betts' spot in the everyday lineup at shortstop.

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  • Dodgers' Daniel Hudson: Bridges gap to closer for hold

    Hudson earned a hold against Kansas City on Sunday, striking out two batters in a perfect eighth inning.

    Tyler Glasnow gave Los Angeles seven shutout frames, and manager Dave Roberts then turned to Hudson to protect a three-run lead. The veteran reliever did so without any trouble, retiring all three batters he faced on 10 pitches. Hudson has been excellent for the Dodgers this season, posting a 1.93 ERA, 0.75 WHIP and 31:3 K:BB over 28 innings while recording 10 holds, three saves and three wins. He's gone 13 straight outings without giving up a run, posting a 15:2 K:BB during that stretch.

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  • Dodgers' Freddie Freeman: Clubs 10th homer

    Freeman went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Sunday's 3-0 victory versus the Royals.

    Freeman reached double-digit homers on the campaign with his sixth-inning solo blast. The veteran first baseman has begun to pick up the pace in terms of power, going deep four times in 14 contests in June after coming into the month with just six long balls across 59 games. Freeman's pair of hits Sunday also lifted his average back up to .300 -- he's slashing .300/.401/.502 in 319 plate appearances on the season.

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  • Dodgers' Justin Wrobleski: Moving up to Triple-A

    Wrobleski was informed after his start Sunday with Double-A Tulsa that he has been promoted to Triple-A Oklahoma City, Barry Lewis of the Tulsa World reports.

    Wrobleski ended his run at Tulsa on a high note, holding Arkansas scoreless while striking out four and allowing five baserunners over a season-high seven innings. The 23-year-old lefty struck out less than a batter per inning over his 13 starts with Tulsa (8.3 K/9), but he issued just 13 walks and gave up only three home runs across 67.2 frames to finish his time at Double-A with a 3.06 ERA and 1.04 WHIP. Heading into the season, Wrobleski looked to be buried on the pitching-rich Dodgers' organizational depth chart, but he's now just one step away from the majors and would seem to have a decent chance at making his Los Angeles debut in the second half. Though Bobby Miller (shoulder) is due back from the injured list this week and Clayton Kershaw (shoulder) could return around the All-Star break, the Dodgers' starting depth has been tested with standout rookie Yoshinobu Yamamoto (shoulder) joining Dustin May (elbow), Tony Gonsolin (elbow) and Emmet Sheehan (elbow) on the injured list.

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  • Dodgers' Tyler Glasnow: Blanks Royals

    Glasnow (7-5) picked up the win Sunday against Kansas City, allowing three hits and one walk with nine strikeouts across seven scoreless innings.

    Glasnow was exceptional Sunday, striking out at least nine batters for a third straight start and completing his first scoreless start since April 21. He didn't allow an extra-base hit in the outing and got into the win column for the first time in seven starts. Glasnow leads MLB with 125 strikeouts across 93 innings, and his ERA dropped from 3.24 to 3.00 after Sunday's start. The 30-year-old is tentatively scheduled to face the Angels his next time out.

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  • Dodgers' Shohei Ohtani: Clobbers pair of homers

    Ohtani went 2-for-3 with two solo home runs during Sunday's 3-0 win over the Royals.

    Ohtani teed off on Brady Singer, tagging the Royals' starter for solo homers in the third and sixth innings for Ohtani's second multi-homer game of 2024. The 29-year-old is now up to 19 home runs on the season, tied for fourth-most in MLB. Ohtani owns a .976 OPS through 278 plate appearances and is the only player in baseball with at least 15 homers and stolen bases.

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  • Dodgers' Evan Phillips: Reaches double figures in saves

    Phillips picked up the save Sunday against Kansas City, allowing one walk with no strikeouts across a scoreless ninth inning.

    Phillips corralled his second save since being reinstated from the 15-day IL on May 31, increasing his season total to 10 saves. The 29-year-old hasn't allowed a hit in three of his four appearances in June but was tagged for three runs in a June 6 outing against the Pirates. On the year, Phillips owns a 1.93 ERA with 21 strikeouts across 18.2 innings.

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  • Dodgers' Michael Grove: Dealing with intercostal strain

    Grove was diagnosed Sunday with a right intercostal strain but isn't expected to miss more than a few weeks, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    Prior reports had suggested that Grove's placement on the 15-day injured list earlier Sunday was the result of a right lat injury, but his health concern is now being classified differently. While Grove could still miss more than the minimum 15 days, he'll have a chance to make it back before the Dodgers wrap up their first-half schedule July 14. Grove made 12 starts for Los Angeles in 2023 but has worked exclusively in relief for the big club this season, aside from two occasions in which he served as an opener. He's been deployed mostly in the middle innings and has accrued a 5.06 ERA and 1.18 WHIP over his 28 appearances while notching four wins and six holds.

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  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw: Starting rehab assignment Wednesday

    Kershaw (shoulder) will make a rehab start with Single-A Rancho Cucamonga on Wednesday, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    Kershaw came out well from a series of recent simulated games and is now set to take the final step toward a return from offseason shoulder surgery. The left-hander is said to be ahead of progress in his recovery, though he'll almost certainly need several rehab outings before he's ready to come off the 60-day injured list and make his season debut for the big club. Kershaw remains in line to return around the All-Star break.

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  • Dodgers' Miguel Rojas: Primed for everyday shortstop role

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said after Sunday's 3-0 win over the Royals that Rojas is expected to see the majority of the starts at shortstop while Mookie Betts is out with a fractured left hand, ESPN.com reports.

    Betts suffered the injury in the seventh inning of Sunday's game, when he was hit by a 97.9 mile-per-hour fastball. Fortunately for Betts, the injury is to his non-dominant hand, and Roberts said that surgery won't be necessary, but the seven-time All-Star is still likely headed for a multi-week absence. With 760 career MLB starts at shortstop under his belt, Rojas gives the Dodgers a battle-tested option at the position who's a dependable defender, but the 35-year-old doesn't profile as a high-end fantasy contributor. He's been a solid performer when called upon this season -- usually as a fill-in starter against left-handed pitching -- hitting .278 with three home runs and three stolen bases across 116 plate appearances.

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  • Dodgers' Yoshinobu Yamamoto: Dealing with rotator cuff strain

    Yamamoto was diagnosed with a right rotator cuff strain Sunday following an MRI, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    Yamamoto was lifted after two innings in his start during Saturday's win over the Royals with what the Dodgers had termed as right tricep tightness. As expected, Yamamoto was placed on the 15-day injured list Sunday, but the Dodgers didn't provide an updated diagnosis on his injury until after the results of his MRI were read. Manager Dave Roberts said that while the injury is not "season ending," Yamamoto Is "not going to throw for a couple of weeks, then we'll see where we go from there." Fortunately for the Dodgers, they'll be getting some reinforcement to their rotation in the form of right-hander Bobby Miller (shoulder), who is expected to be activated from the 15-day injured list during the upcoming week. After he was roughed up for five runs over one inning in his MLB debut March 21 against the Padres in Seoul, South Korea, Yamamoto had been as good as advertised over his subsequent 13 starts, ringing up a 6-1 record, 2.34 ERA, 1.01 WHIP and 82:16 K:BB over 73 innings.

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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Suffers hand fracture

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said that Betts fractured a bone in his left wrist in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Royals and will be out 'for some time," Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    Betts went hitless in three at-bats before he exited the game in the seventh inning, when he went down in a heap of pain after taking a fastball off his wrist. On the bright side, Roberts said that the 31-year-old shortstop won't need surgery to repair the injury. Betts will likely be placed on the injured list Monday, and in his absence, Miguel Rojas could step into a starting role in the middle infield for Los Angeles.

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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Exits after being hit by pitch

    Betts exited Sunday's contest with the Royals in the seventh inning after being hit in the left hand by a pitch, Kirsten Watson of Spectrum SportsNet LA reports.

    Betts took a 97.9 mile-per-hour fastball from reliever Dan Altavilla off his left hand in the bottom of the seventh inning, immediately exiting the contest afterward. The 31-year-old was in an obvious amount of pain, and more information on his status will likely come following the conclusion of the game.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Avg R HR ERA
Team .255
(3rd)
358
(3rd)
98
(3rd)
3.26
(4th)

Injuries

Player Injury
M. Betts SS Mookie Betts SS Wrist
Y. Yamamoto SP Yoshinobu Yamamoto SP Shoulder
B. Miller SP Bobby Miller SP Shoulder
M. Muncy 3B Max Muncy 3B Oblique
C. Kershaw SP Clayton Kershaw SP Shoulder

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