Dodgers Injury Notes: Freese, Seager, Pollock, Alexander & More

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In case you missed Saturday’s column, the main concept of the story was how the Dodgers will conceivably upgrade their active roster after this year’s trade deadline, even if front office boss Andrew Friedman elects not to make a major splash as far as blockbuster deals go.

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Mets Series Preview and Injury Notes

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The Dodgers have returned to Los Angeles after an eight game, East Coast-ish road trip where they went 6-2, concluding with a sweep in Pittsburgh.

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Dodgers Place Russell Martin on Injured List, Recall Rocky Gale

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In a surprising turn of events on Wednesday, the Dodgers recalled catcher Rocky Gale from Triple-A Oklahoma City after placing Russell Martin on the injured list.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Muncy, Seager, Cingrani & More

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The Dodgers were dealt perhaps their biggest blow of the spring injury-wise when the team’s medical staff revealed that lefty reliever Tony Cingrani would miss the beginning of the season with shoulder soreness.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Joe Kelly Joins List of Minor Casualties

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The injury list of the Dodgers continues to grow longer.

Although not overly serious, reliever Joe Kelly is among the recent injury casualties. J.P. Hoornstra of the OC Register reported on Friday evening that the righty is experiencing back stiffness after standing too long during a cookout that he hosted for his teammates at his Scottsdale home earlier in the week.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Kershaw, Seager, Martin & More

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As it stands now, injuries aren’t an overwhelming concern for the Dodgers as Opening Day approaches; however, there are three big players who could be at risk at missing the beginning of the season should they fail to make progress.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Turner, Baez, Puig, Urías & More

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Although the injury picture of the Dodgers isn’t quite as bad as it was earlier in the first-half of the year, there have been some instances recently when it has bitten the team in terms of performance, especially considering defensive play like that on Saturday evening at third base.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Puig, Buehler, Urías, Cingrani & More

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We say it all the time, but considering how badly the injury bug has bitten the Dodgers so far this season, it’s tough to comprehend how they’re hanging right at the top of the National League West just days before the 2018 All-Star break.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Utley, Hill, Kershaw, Ryu & More

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You wouldn’t know it by the way the team is playing, but with 11 players listed on the disabled list, the Dodgers now have more injured players than they’ve had all year. And with nine members currently on the shelf, the pitching staff is far and away the most victimized part of the roster.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Buehler, Turner, Kershaw, Maeda & More

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As the players on the 25-man roster seemingly continue to drop like flies, the Dodgers are still finding ways to win baseball games. Thanks mainly to a red-hot offense, the team has won 16 of its last 21 games and are now one game above the .500 mark for the first time since April 23.

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