Injury updates: Juan Nicasio, Pedro Baez, Brandon Beachy, Paco Rodriguez.

SAN DIEGO — Dodgers manager Don Mattingly updated the status of several injured players Saturday.

Juan Nicasio is still recovering from a split nail on his right middle finger that prevents him from throwing breaking balls; Pedro Baez is on the disabled list with a strained pectoral muscle:

Mattingly also discussed Brandon Beachy, who is still set to pitch for Rancho Cucamonga Tuesday, and Paco Rodriguez, who begins a rehab assignment Monday:

Kenley Jansen throws one inning for Single-A Rancho Cucamonga. (Video)

Dodgers pitcher Kenley Jansen threw 15 pitches for Single-A Rancho Cucamonga and was removed after one inning of his first rehab assignment.

Here is video of Jansen’s first pitches, courtesy of colleague Michelle Gardner:

Jansen said his next outing will be Sunday.

After the game, Jansen addressed Don Mattingly‘s comments from earlier Friday saying that Jansen might not close immediately upon his return. “Whatever they have planned for me,” Jansen said, “I’m comfortable.”

Here is the video of that interview:

Here is Jansen talking about how he felt after the outing:

Watch: Julio Urias strikes out Joc Pederson, Chris Heisey, Alex Guerrero in live BP.

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias threw approximately 40 pitches over two “innings” to live hitters for the first time in spring training Sunday. The 18-year-old left-hander struck out four batters: Alex Guerrero (twice), Chris Heisey and Joc Pederson.

Here’s his three-pitch punchout of Pederson:

Urias then struck out Guerrero and got Heisey to ground out in the area of the second baseman.

Here are all 18 pitches he threw in the second “inning,” including the strikeouts of Guerrero and Heisey. He also faces O’Koyea Dickson in this inning and induces a pop-up toward second base. The inning ends with a planned pitchout as Pederson stands in the box.