Josh Beckett hits the disabled list but hasn’t been ruled out for the season.

Josh Beckett

Josh Beckett was the losing pitcher Sunday in the Cubs’ 7-3 win over the Dodgers. He was placed on the 15-day disabled list Friday. (David Crane/Staff photographer)

MILWAUKEE — Josh Beckett‘s season might not be over, but he won’t rejoin the Dodgers’ starting rotation for at least a couple weeks after going on the disabled list Friday.
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A brief note on Roberto Hernandez and the Brewers.

Roberto Hernandez

Roberto Hernandez has already made two starts in Miller Park this season. (Getty Images)


MILWAUKEE — Roberto Hernandez has faced the Milwaukee Brewers twice already this season. When he starts for the Dodgers today, as is expected, it will be his third start in Miller Park this season. Yet it’s hard to know what to expect.

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What do the last two games mean for the Dodgers’ trade deadline needs?

Josh Beckett and Dan Haren gave the Dodgers’ front office good reason to question the depth of their starting rotation.

What to make of each of their performances?

Who would be a better pitcher, and do the Dodgers have a chance of trading for him?

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