Dodgers Activate Yu Darvish, Place Josh Fields on Disabled List

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The Los Angeles Dodgers reinstated right-handed pitcher Yu Darvish from the 10-day disabled list and placed right-handed pitcher Josh Fields on the 10-day disabled list with a lower back strain. Fields’ stint on the DL can be retroactive to August 25, if needed.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: A Full Strength Squad Is Not Far Away

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Even though the Dodgers are cruising along just fine, achieving 90 wins by the date of August 24th — a feat only two other teams in history have accomplished — and having a 13 game lead on the next closest MLB team in the Houston Astros, the club still has some of its key players on the disabled list.

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Dodgers Recall Stewart and Ravin, Place Wood and Bellinger on Disabled List

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The Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday recalled right-handed pitcher Brock Stewart from Triple-A Oklahoma City and placed left-handed pitcher Alex Wood on the 10-day disabled list with left SC joint inflammation.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Kershaw, González, Ethier, Dayton & More

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While most of the recent injury news surrounding the Dodgers has been centered around the prospective return of staff ace Clayton Kershaw, there are a few other players close to activation who may impact the squad down the stretch of the season — most specifically veterans Adrian Gonzalez and Andre Ethier.

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Dodgers Have Absolutely No Reason to Rush Clayton Kershaw’s Return

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With each passing day, it seems as if more positive news surfaces regarding the improvement of staff ace Clayton Kershaw‘s back injury. Yet regardless of how hard the three-time NL Cy Young award winner pushes for a return to the active roster, the Dodgers have hardly any rationale at all to warrant a speedy return to the team.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Kershaw, González, Ethier, Segedin & More

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Despite the disabled list having been in double digits for a huge portion of the season, the Dodgers still continue to rack up the wins at a fantastic rate, and seemingly write new chapters in the MLB history books with each occurring victory. If you haven’t done so already, please take a few minutes to check out Todd’s outstanding editorial analysis outlining how several key injuries early in the season set the stage for the club’s current run of success.

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The Injuries that Propelled the Dodgers to History, Potentially

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When adversity strikes, that’s when you have to be the most calm. Take a step back, stay strong, stay grounded and press on.” – LL Cool J

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Dodgers Announce Numerous Roster Changes Ahead of Twins’ Series

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The Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday announced a number of roster moves, including the reinstatement of left-handed pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu from the 10-day disabled list, the contract selection of left-handed pitcher Edward Paredes from Triple-A Oklahoma City and the recall of right-handed pitcher Josh Ravin.

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Early Reports Say Clayton Kershaw Will Miss 4-6 Weeks

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Long before Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw‘s scheduled evaluation with back specialist Dr. Robert Watkins on Monday, reports began to surface on Twitter, most specifically from Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, indicating that the three-time NL Cy Young Award winner will presumably miss four to six weeks after a back injury became evident in Sunday’s series finale against the Braves.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Ryu, González, Dayton, Kazmir & More

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As it’s been nearly 10 days since we’ve put together our last injury report, there hasn’t been any changes to the disabled list of the Dodgers, outside of several cases of improvement to a few players who could contribute to the club down the stretch run of the season.

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