LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers on Thursday recalled Mike Bolsinger from Triple-A Oklahoma City to start the series finale against the Giants at AT&T Park at San Francisco. To make room on the active roster, outfielder Chris Heisey was optioned back to Triple-A, as expected.
Bolsinger was 2-0 and had yet to allow a run in two starts with Oklahoma City. The right-hander allowed only three hits and three walks in 11 innings, while striking out 17. He is the sixth starting pitcher used by the Dodgers so far this season.
As a member of the Diamondbacks in 2014, Bolsinger made two starts against the Giants, allowing six runs in 12⅔ innings, with nine strikeouts and three walks. He lost both starts.
Heisey's stint with the Dodgers lasted all of one day, called up on Wednesday night to start in center field, and was 0-for-2 with a walk. He played seven innings defensively.