The Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday activated outfielder Curtis Granderson and recalled left-handed pitcher Edward Paredes from Triple-A Oklahoma City, while optioning outfielder Joc Pederson to OKC and placing right-hander Yu Darvish on the 10-day DL with lower back tightness. Darvish’s stint on the disabled list can be retroactive to August 17, if needed.
After contemplating the fallout from shortstop Corey Seager‘s most recent hamstring saga, some fans of the Dodgers couldn’t help but look far down the organizational ladder just to get an idea of the quality of middle infielders lurking in the Los Angeles system.
It just doesn’t seem that the Dodgers can catch a break. On the same night that saw Adrian Gonzalez return from his first-ever stint on the disabled list, it appears that the Dodgers might lose their All-Star caliber third baseman Justin Turner.
While many would think the news of Joc Pederson and Logan Forsythe returning from the disabled list would spotlight the majority current headlines in Los Angeles, most fans of the Dodgers appear to be more intrigued by the impending moves that are necessary to create the space on the 25-man roster.
The Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday placed left-handed pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu on the 10-day disabled list with a left hip contusion and recalled right-handed pitcher Josh Fields from Triple-A Oklahoma City.
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The Dodgers will be well-represented on the prospect front on Saturday night at Surprise Stadium as position players Cody Bellinger, Willie Calhoun and Alex Verdugo will participate in the Fall Stars Game, the top talent showcase of the Arizona Fall League.
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In what has been considered a very crazy postseason for the Oklahoma City Dodgers, it was only fitting that the Pacific Coast League Championship was decided on a bizarre play in an 11-inning nail-biter on Saturday night at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.