Hyun-Jin Ryu has debridement procedure on left elbow.

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Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu is expected to be ready to pitch next season after undergoing a left elbow debridement. (Associated Press photo)


Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu had an arthroscopic left elbow debridement today, performed by team physician Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles. The team says he is expected to be ready for next season.

Ryu missed all of last season, and was limited to one start this year, while recovering from shoulder labrum surgery performed in April 2015.

The 29-year-old left-hander has a 28-16 record and a 3.28 ERA in 57 career starts with the Dodgers.

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Game 95: Life without Clayton Kershaw rolls on as Dodgers top Nationals.

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Chase Utley hit a home run in the Dodgers’ first at-bat Tuesday against Washington Nationals starter Reynaldo Lopez, who was making his major league debut. (Getty Images)

The Dodgers roughed up Washington Nationals rookie Reynaldo Lopez, and moved 4 ½ games out of first place with an 8-4 win over the Washington Nationals. The box score is here.

Hyun-Jin Ryu joined Clayton Kershaw on the 15-day disabled list, and Kershaw is no closer to coming off the DL. Columnist Jeff Miller contemplates life without Kershaw.

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Dodgers scratch Hyun-Jin Ryu from Wednesday start with elbow tendinitis.

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Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu allowed six runs in 4 2/3 innings in his only start this season on July 7. He was placed on the disabled list Tuesday. (Keith Birmingham/Staff photographer)

The Dodgers placed Hyun-Jin Ryu on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with left elbow tendinitis, and suddenly need a pitcher to start Wednesday against the Washington Nationals.

The Dodgers also placed reliever Casey Fien on the 15-day DL with tendinitis in his right elbow retroactive to Sunday. Outfielder Joc Pederson, whose rehab assignment at Triple-A Oklahoma City is over, was activated from the disabled list, and left-handed reliever Luis Avilan was recalled from Triple-A.

Ryu missed all of 2015, and the first three months of the 2016 regular season, while rehabbing from left shoulder labrum surgery. He returned July 7 against the San Diego Padres and allowed six runs in 4 ⅔ innings, suffering the loss. That remains his only major league start to this point in the season.

An MRI on Ryu’s left elbow showed no changes from his previous MRI.

Jose De Leon is scheduled to pitch for Oklahoma City on Wednesday. The Triple-A Dodgers are currently in Tacoma, Washington. De Leon, a 23-year-old right-hander, has yet to make his major league debut.

Brock Stewart, a 24-year-old right-hander, has made one spot start for the Dodgers already this season and was scheduled to start for Oklahoma City tonight. It’s possible the Dodgers could give Stewart an extra day’s rest before his second cup of coffee in the big leagues.

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Game 88: The Dodgers have 99 problems, and Hyun-Jin Ryu was one Thursday.

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Hyun-Jin Ryu’s debut effort did not resemble his routinely stellar performances of 2013 and 2014 in a 6-0 loss to the San Diego Padres. (Keith Birmingham/Staff photographer)

The Dodgers are still waiting for the Hyun-Jin Ryu of 2013 and 2014 after his 2016 debut, a 6-0 loss to the San Diego Padres on Thursday. Columnist Mark Whicker isn’t buying the Dodgers’ optimism over Ryu’s return.

The box score is here. The photo gallery is here.

Corey Seager doesn’t think the Home Run Derby on Monday will ruin his swing.

Pitching prospect Josh Sborz finds himself in a no-win situation of sorts.

What they were saying postgame:
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