WASHINGTON — Rich Hill went again on the Los Angeles Dodgers‘ disabled record Sunday, a day after a blister burst on his left center finger, and ace Clayton Kershaw threw a bullpen session for the primary time since getting harm.
Hill lasted simply two pitches when he began the second recreation of a doubleheader in opposition to Washington on Saturday.
“Four weeks is fair to get back on a major league mound,” supervisor Dave Roberts mentioned Sunday.
The 38-year-old left-hander additionally was on the DL due to the blister from April 15 via May 7.
Kershaw has been on the DL since May 6 with left biceps tendinitis. He threw about 30 pitches Sunday.
“It was really encouraging,” Roberts mentioned. “Real good intensity.”
Kershaw used his whole mixture of pitches. He will throw one other bullpen session earlier than the Dodgers determine the subsequent step in his rehabilitation.
Los Angeles recalled ambidextrous reliever Pat Venditte from Oklahoma City to take Hill’s roster spot and optioned right-hander Yimi Garcia to the Triple-A farm workforce. Garcia had been introduced up because the 26th man for the doubleheader.