Wolf to have arthroscopic surgery

Randy Wolf experienced more pain when he started throwing harder while playing catch. He’ll have a diagnostic arthroscopic procedure on Thursday at the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic just to get a more up-close look than what the two MRIs could show. If they find nothing, he will be out six to eight weeks, which knocks him out for the season. If they find something, they’ll fix it, and he could be out six to nine months. Stan Conte said they don’t think there is anything seriously wrong, but Randy Wolf didn’t seem so optimistic. This might or might not mean he is done with the Dodgers, but the club clearly isn’t picking up his $9 million option for next year. … The move to clear a roster spot for Esteban Loaiza looks like it will go right down to the 9 p.m. deadline. It’s going to be Eric Stults unless another trade is made or somebody gets hurt, so stay tuned.

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