The Los Angeles Dodgers have been doing remarkably well this season. Offensively, the club leads Major League Baseball in runs per game. The team currently sits atop the most competitive division in baseball, the National League West, thanks to a potent offense led by Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman, and Cody Bellinger on offense and a resurgent Clayton Kershaw on the mound. The scariest thing about the Los Angeles Dodgers is that the club isn’t even at full strength. Pitching-wise, the team has dealt with numerous losses, including suspensions, and some key members of the team are working their way back to the field from injuries. Here is a breakdown of the status of key injured players for the Dodgers.
Los Angeles Dodgers injury report update:
David Price: ETA (Week of May 9)
“Andrew Heaney said he’s turned the corner on his shoulder pain. Will start throwing program tomorrow” – @ Bill Plunkett
In 10.1 innings, Heaney struck out 16 batters and has not yielded a run to opponents.
Blake Train: (ETA Mid-July)
If these four pitchers can return to form when they are fully healed, the LA Dodgers are likely to blast what may go down as the most well-rounded, balanced team of the century as the team finds itself in a spot to claim its second title in three years.