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Dodgers injuries

Every injury of Los Angeles Dodgers players, including actual stints on the injured lists and minor league rehab assignments, or even minor maladies that might sideline a player for a few days.

Dodgers eying late April return for Gonsolin & Hudson

Dodgers pitcher Tony Gonsolin and Daniel Hudson will both start the season on the injured list with ankle injuries. A look at the rehab timeline for both, which could be at the end of April if things progress as hoped.

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Tony Gonsolin sprained his left ankle, will miss start of 2023 season

A sprained left ankle suffered on March 6 during spring training means that Dodgers pitcher Tony Gonsolin will start the 2023 season on the injured list.

Roberts: Tony Gonsolin will open season on IL

Dodgers pitcher Tony Gonsolin will begin the season on the injured list while working his way back from a left ankle sprain, manager Dave Roberts told reporters Friday at Camelback Ranch.

Freeman, Roberts: Hamstring injury not a concern

Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman is back in camp getting treatment on his right hamstring, and manager Dave Roberts said Freeman’s injury isn’t too much of a concern. Freeman himself said he’d be able to play by the weekend, and opening day is not in doubt.

Freddie Freeman leaves WBC game with hamstring tightness

Freddie Freeman felt tightness in his right hamstring and left Canada’s World Baseball Classic game against Colombia on Tuesday. It’s unknown how long Freeman is expected to miss, and how this might affect his readiness for the Dodgers, with opening day 16 days away.

Tony Gonsolin won’t throw for a few days, opening day in question

Dodgers starting pitcher Tony Gonsolin sprained his ankle on Monday, and is progressing slowly enough that it might jeopardize his chances for being ready for the opening day roster.

Tony Gonsolin scratched from start with sprained ankle

Dodgers pitcher Tony Gonsolin will miss his scheduled Wednesday start after suffering a sprained ankle in practice. Left-handed reliever Justin Bruihl left Monday’s game with back spasms.

What the Dodgers bullpen might look like on opening day

With Daniel Hudson likely not ready for opening day with right ankle tendinitis, let’s look at the Dodgers bullpen and the potential group that will start the regular season in relief.

Gavin Lux out for the year: ‘It’s a huge blow’

Dodgers shortstop Gavin Lux tore his right ACL and will miss the 2023 season. "It’s a huge blow," manager Dave Roberts said.

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Gavin Lux tears ACL in right knee, out for 2023 season

Gavin Lux tore the ACL in his right knee, which will require surgery and keep him out for the entirety of the 2023 season, creating a massive hole at shortstop for the Dodgers.

What Gavin Lux missing 2023 means for the Dodgers

Dodgers shortstop Gavin Lux tore his ACL in his right knee and is likely to miss the entire 2023 season.

Gavin Lux leaves game with right knee injury

Dodgers shortstop was carted off with a right knee injury suffered on the bases in a game against the Padres in Peoria on Monday. Manager Dave Roberts said after the game that Lux heard a pop on his knee.

Miguel Rojas exits game with right foot cramp

Dodgers infielder Miguel Rojas left his first spring training game back with the team, suffering a cramp in his right foot in the third inning against the Cubs at Camelback Ranch.