Monday news and notes
- According to Dave Roberts, Edwin Rios is day-to-day with a hamstring injury. Rios exited the game on Sunday after appearing to hurt his hamstring sliding into second base. He remained in the game but barely could make it to home plate on a hit from Matt Beaty. He’s unavailable tonight.
UPDATE: Well, looks like things changed. Rios was placed on the injured list. The Dodgers have recalled Adam Kolarek from the training site.
- Roberts confirmed that Tony Gonsolin will start for the Dodgers, his third of the season. Through his first two starts, Gonsolin has thrown 8 2⁄3 scoreless innings while striking out nine. Everybody in the rotation will stay on their normal rest.
- Roberts provided an update on RHP AJ Ramos, who was signed to a minor-league contract last month. “He’s continuing to progress and build up arm strength,” Roberts said. “He’s been throwing a lot.” He said that if the situation should present itself, the Dodgers are confident in calling him up and using him during games