Dodgers starting Rich Hill lasted just one inning Wednesday before ending with what the team called the left forearm discomfort. While southpaw will undergo a MRT on Thursday to determine the severity of the injury, a 10-day IL stint is a certainty, Bill Plunkett in the Orange County Register reports.
An forearm injury is unreasonable for a pot because it sometimes acts as a precursor to the Tommy John operation. Hill has already gone through the procedure once, 2011, but he's "pretty sure" he won't demand it this time. The 39-year-old showed that a "very preliminary ultrasound" showed that the elbow band was still intact.
Although Hill has avoided a possible career-sending scenario with this injury, it still represents the latest IL stint during his recent rebirth. A series of injuries have prevented the visitor from throwing more than 1
Dodgers acquired Hill from Athletics in the summer of 2016 and then prevented him from leaving in the free office the following winter with a three-year $ 48 million contract. Now in the last season of its deal, the appropriate Hillen has risen to a 2.55 ERA / 4.11 FIP with 10.36 K / 9, 2.04 BB / 9 and a 48.9 percent base rate over 10 starts and 53 innings.
After Hill left Wednesday, Dodgers Bullpen worked eight solid efforts to help the first-class club cruise to a 9-2 victory over the giants. The Hill-less Dodgers will turn to the other left Julio Urias to start Thursday, with righty Ross Stripling baking him, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com tweets. With Urias and Stripling among fallbacks behind Clayton Kershaw Hyun-Jin Ryu Walker Buehler and Kenta Maeda Dodger's rotation would continue to perform as one of Majors best when it waits on Hills return.