Nothing has been announced yet, but his name appears as a reserve on the lineup card posted in the Dodgers’ clubhouse. He is coming off the 60-day disabled list, which means a corresponding 40-man roster move will have to be made. When he gets into a game, it will be the first time since May 5. He was scratched from the lineup just before game on May 6 with lower-back tightness that eventually required surgery. He was hitting .366 at the time. … By the way, James Loney has won this year’s Roy Campanella Award as the Dodgers’ “most inspirational” player.