Watch: Joc Pederson, Dodgers featured in a series called “Out Of My League.”

If you’ve been to Dodger Stadium, you’ll recognize the setting for “Out Of My League,” a six-episode series on AwesomenessTV.

After its premiere on Monday, September 19th, “Out of My League” debuts episodes every Monday through the finale on October 24th, the day before Game One of the World Series. Joc Pederson filmed some scenes for the finale.

An Awesomeness press release offered the following blurb: “Shot in and around legendary Dodger Stadium, “Out of My League” follows Claire (Luthringshausen), a die-hard Dodgers fan visiting her dad in LA for the summer, and Chase (Redmon), a surfer who knows little about baseball. Claire is doing a good job avoiding distractions while spending her days at the ballpark rooting on her team, until she meets Chase and both of their worlds are turned upside down.”

Check out the trailer above, which includes a peek at Pederson’s cameo.

AwesomenessTV can be watched on its dedicated YouTube channel, Netflix, Hulu and more.

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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 79: As Julio Urias’ first win arrives in Milwaukee, Clayton Kershaw departs for L.A.

Julio Urias‘ first major league win finally arrived Tuesday in Milwaukee, sealed by an impressive Joc Pederson catch in the eighth inning. The box score is here.

Clayton Kershaw flew to Los Angeles to have his back examined.

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Game 54: Julio Urias isn’t ready for Chicago Cubs’ onslaught.

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The Dodgers collected three hits in a 7-2 loss to the Chicago Cubs. (Getty Images)

CHICAGO — The Chicago Cubs are a good baseball team. Julio Urias is a good pitching prospect, but he wasn’t ready for the onslaught that awaited Thursday in a 7-2 Dodgers loss. The box score is here.

For Joc Pederson, the signs of progress are beginning to show through.

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Game 40: Clayton Kershaw, Joc Pederson star in Dodgers’ win.

Clayton Kershaw pitched eight typically strong innings and Joc Pederson hit his team-leading seventh and eighth home runs of the season in a 5-1 win over the Angels. The box score is here.

Trayce Thompson got his second consecutive start against a right-handed pitcher Tuesday and he’s making the most of his opportunities.

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