Ravin (triceps) was activated from the 15-day DL on Friday. He missed almost three weeks with the triceps injury, and only logged two big league innings this season prior to landing on the DL. Ravin has not allowed a run while striking out 10 across six innings at Triple-A and in the big leagues, but his track record in large samples suggests he's more fit for a low-leverage role.
Ravin (triceps) tossed a scoreless inning in his rehab outing Tuesday for High-A Rancho Cucamonga. Between a car accident and a PED suspension, Ravin has tossed just 11 innings this year. He's a potential September call-up if things go well in his next couple appearances.
Ravin was placed placed on the DL with tricep soreness Sunday. Before going on the DL, Ravin had pitched two shutout innings over three games during his latest stint in The Show. Los Angeles has yet to say how long they expect Ravin to be on the DL, but more information on his rehab process should be known in the near future. In a corresponding move, the Dodgers recalled Brock Stewart from Triple-A Oklahoma City.
Ravin has been recalled, Jack Baer of MLB.com reports. Ravin has pitched just nine innings this season thanks to injuries suffered from a pre-spring training car accident and a PED suspension handed down in May. His stay in the majors is unlikely to be a long one. Joe Blanton was placed on the bereavement list, and Ravin will likely go back down to Triple-A Oklahoma once Blanton returns, likely in three days.
Ravin (suspension) was reinstated and optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Wednesday. Ravin will have his first taste of Triple-A ball since posting a 3.86 ERA and 1.39 WHIP with Oklahoma City in the 2015 campaign. He's played four games with the Dodgers' Arizona League affiliate this season, during which he allowed one earned run over five innings of work.