Brandon League faced five batters in a scoreless inning for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Saturday night. The right-hander allowed a single, double and struck out one in what’s expected to be his penultimate rehab game.
League is scheduled to pitch Monday for the Dodgers’ top affiliate before he is activated from the 60-day disabled list. He hasn’t pitched this season due to a shoulder injury.
Paco Rodriguez’s rehab is over, and Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said the left-hander will rejoin the team Monday in Arizona. (Getty Images)
MIAMI — The Dodgers are getting one reliever (Pedro Baez) back tonight and should be getting two more (Brandon League and Paco Rodriguez) back soon enough.
Ian Thomas was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City to make room for Baez. League will pitch for the Triple-A Dodgers on Saturday and Monday. It’s not obvious whose spot League will take; the Dodgers might elect to return to an 8-man bullpen once League is activated.
The most interesting case, as it might be all year, is that of Rodriguez.
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