|3B||Muncy (L)||CF||Meadows (L)|
|CF||Pederson (L)||LF||Dickerson (L)|
|1B||Bellinger (L)||RF||Polanco (L)|
The left-handed Ferguson has been fantastic this season with a 1.53 ERA in 10 starts between Double-A Tulsa and Triple-A Oklahoma City, with 52 strikeouts and 17 walks in 47 innings. He was promoted to Oklahoma City on May 26 and has a 2.25 ERA in two Triple-A starts, including 10 strikeouts in five scoreless innings in his OKC debut.
Ferguson last pitched on Friday, pulled after three innings and 63 pitches, and putting him in line to pitch on Wednesday.
The Dodgers plan to start Dennis Santana on Thursday, making his first major league start and second appearance since getting called up last week.
The Dodgers drafted Ferguson in the 38th round in 2014 out of high school, where he had Tommy John surgery in his senior season. He made his professional debut in June 2015 and has made the steady climb since, culminating in Wednesday’s call up.
Caleb Ferguson said he grew up about 3 hours from Pittsburgh as a Reds fan in Ohio. Parents are already here. Expecting 40 or more friends and relatives to drive down "after work" for his MLB debut with #Dodgers Wednesday— Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) June 5, 2018
The Dodgers will need to make a corresponding move to make room for Ferguson on the 40-man roster.
Justin Turner gets a day off in Tuesday’s opener, dealing with soreness in his left wrist.
Justin Turner is dealing with soreness in his previously fractured left wrist. He used a stim machine on the area this afternoon.— Andy McCullough (@McCulloughTimes) June 5, 2018
Turner missed the first 40 games of the season after fracturing his left wrist. Max Muncy starts at third base in place of Turner on Tuesday, with Cody Bellinger back at first base.