There are a lot of roster moves the Dodgers could make right now, but only one is happening, and sorry, it's not the sexy one.
But before Sunday’s game in Denver, the only new face in the clubhouse was right-hander Matt Magill, who was called up from triple-A Albuquerque to start in place of left-hander
To make room for Magill, the Dodgers placed catcher
Ryu took a comebacker off the front of his left foot in his last start, and although it's not broken, it is plenty sore. And it's his push-off foot.
Ryu said Saturday he wasn't much interested in starting unless he felt completely healthy. The Dodgers are hoping he only has to miss one start.
Ellis becomes the 13th Dodgers player to be placed on the disabled list through the first third of the season, and this is already the 16th time they've had to use the DL.
Magill, 23, will be making his fifth start for the Dodgers this season. He is without a decision, posting a 5.50 ERA and 1.72 WHIP. He last started for the
No other roster move is expected Sunday, though more are likely coming soon. The Dodgers could activate
Puig remains the popular choice, but the Dodgers may not have been excited about calling him up Sunday and having him make his major-league debut in