Dodgers pitcher Josh Ravin will not return to the team this season after undergoing sports hernia surgery on Wednesday, reports the Los Angeles Times. Ravin is on the 60-day DL, but is expected to be ready for spring training.
The Dodgers recalled pitcher Josh Ravin from the minors and placed him on the 60-day disabled list, reports the Los Angeles Times. Ravin had a 6.75 ERA over 9 1/3 innings before being demoted.
Just two weeks after promoting pitchers Chin-Hui Tsao and Josh Ravin from Triple-A Albuquerque, the Dodgers have sent them back down, MLB.com has reported. Tsao performed decently in four relief appearances and sports a 2.84 ERA. Ravin got into only one game in his latest stint in the bigs and hurled a shutout inning. He owns a 5.63 ERA on the season.
The Dodgers recalled relief pitcher Josh Ravin from Triple-A Oklahoma City and placed starting pitcher Zack Greinke on the paternity list on Friday, per the Los Angeles Times. Ravin tossed seven innings with Los Angeles earlier this season, going 2-1 with a 6.43 ERA. Greinke is not with the team, instead, he is with his family as he awaits the birth of his first child. He is eligible to return off the paternity list on Saturday.
As expected, the Dodgers activated Brandon Beachy from the 60-day disabled list to start Saturday's game, the team announced. Beachy has been recovering from Tommy John surgery and hasn't pitched in a MLB game since August, 2013. To make room on the active roster, the team optioned RHP Josh Ravin to Triple-A Oklahoma City. Ravin was 2-1 with a 6.43 ERA in seven games with the Dodgers. To open a spot on the 40-man roster, the Dodgers designated RHP Matt West for assignment. He didn't allow a run in two appearances with the team.