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.
Mookie Betts is back in the Dodgers lineup earlier than expected, after missing two games with a bone bruise in his left foot that was believed to be serious.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts on MLB Network Radio Friday said Mookie Betts is still sore after fouling a ball off his foot Thursday in Miami, and is unlikely to play during the Dodgers’ weekend series in Washington D.C.
Mookie Betts fouled a ball off his left foot in the first inning on Thursday in Miami. The Dodgers star played seven more innings and X-rays on the foot were negative after the game. He left the stadium on crutches, with more information to come on Friday when the team is in Washington D.C.
In Sunday’s Dodgers win over the Braves, Max Muncy injured his left shoulder, with the club waiting for more information. Bobby Miller on the mound shined to beat Atlanta.
Dodgers pitcher Tony Gonsolin was placed on the injured list with an elbow injury, officially right forearm inflammation per the team. An MRI will reveal the severity, but manager Dave Roberts said it’s unlikely Gonsolin will pitch again this season.
For the fourth time in under four weeks, Dodgers designated hitter J.D. Martinez was scratched from the lineup, still dealing with tightness in his groin and hamstring which has limited him to playing only nine of the last 23 games.
Dodgers relief pitcher Joe Kelly was placed on the 15-day injured list with right forearm inflammation.
Yency Almonte left the Dodgers’ win over the Rockies with two outs in the ninth inning after getting his cleats caught on the mound and injuring his right knee. The team will run further tests on Saturday, with an injured-list stint possible.
Walker Buehler and Blake Treinen each faced hitters Wednesday at Chase Field, their first time doing so since their respective 2022 surgeries. Here’s an update on their potential September returns, as well as Shelby Miller continuing his minor league rehab assignment, also in Arizona.
Dodgers designated hitter was scratched from the starting lineup with tightness in his left hamstring and groin, an issue that has plagued the slugger for the last two and a half weeks.
J.D. Martinez is out of the Dodgers lineup for the fourth time in 10 days. It’s either his hamstring, or his groin, or maybe even his back. Nobody seems to be sure, but he’s not on the injured list yet.
The Dodgers activated the newly-acquired Enrique Hernández on Wednesday, one day after acquiring the infielder/outfielder in a trade with the Red Sox. A roster spot was created by Jonny DeLuca placed on the injured list with a strained right hamstring.
Clayton Kershaw threw a bullpen session on Friday in Texas and will throw a simulated game at Dodger Stadium on Monday. It’s possible the Dodgers left-hander could return from the injured list as early as next weekend.
Dodgers outfielder Jake Marisnick felt tightness in his left hamstring Tuesday against the Orioles, and is likely headed to the injured list.
The Dodgers activated Chris Taylor off the injured list after missing 15 games and roughly three weeks with right knee soreness.
Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw was eligible to come off the injured list as early as this weekend in New York, but shoulder soreness will apparently sideline the left-hander for at least a few more weeks. Manager Dave Roberts in a radio interview said the hope is Kershaw would return at the beginning of August.
Dodgers reliever Daniel Hudson suffered a sprained MCL in his right knee and will miss "significant" time. Yency Almonte also was placed on paternity leave, with Nick Robertson and Alex Vesia called back from Triple-A to the Los Angeles bullpen.
Dodgers pitcher Dustin May will miss the remainder of the 2023 season after undergoing surgery to repair the flexor tendon in his right elbow. He last pitched on May 17.