EXTRA BASES: Josh Beckett's ankle was described as sore by Manager Don Mattingly, the remnant of an injury suffered by the veteran right-hander in his start with Class-A Rancho Cucamonga on Friday night. Ideally, the Dodgers would like for Beckett to pitch Wednesday. With the Dodgers scheduled for a day off Thursday, that would allow Hyun-Jin Ryu to make his next start on six-days' rest. If Beckett can't pitch, the Dodgers could start Ryu on regular rest or call up a pitcher such as Matt Magill from the minor leagues. Beckett was said to be looking sharp until he was hurt fielding a fifth-inning bunt. Settling down after a rough first inning, he was touching 93 mph with his fastball, according to a scout in attendance who spoke under the condition of anonymity. Before Beckett was injured, the scout said, "He's ready."