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The Dodgers need another starter for Tuesday's doubleheader, but the latest move does not necessarily mean Huff – who made one spot start April 14 (four runs on seven hits in four innings) – will get the start.
Huff started two games for Oklahoma City but has come out of the bullpen in his last four appearances. He hasn't thrown more than three innings in a game since April 20. He is 2-0 with a 2.35 ERA and a 0.91 WHIP for Oklahoma.
Manager Don Mattingly told reporters in Denver that Huff could start Tuesday, depending on how Monday's game plays out. More significant, he said they won't start anyone who hasn't previously started in the majors. That leaves out the possibility of Zach Lee and makes Joe Wieland the more likely candidate for Tuesday's start.