Liberatore will undergo arthroscopic left elbow debridement surgery from Dr. ElAttrache on Tuesday. He is expected to be ready for the start of 2017 spring training. It's an unfortunate playoff loss for the Dodgers, as the left-handed reliever had a solid season in which he posted a 3.38 ERA over 42.2 innings. The top remaining lefties in the Dodgers' bullpen include J.P. Howell, Julio Urias and Alex Wood.
Liberatore (elbow) was activated from the DL on Friday. As expected, Liberatore was brought off the disabled list and is ready to return to action Friday evening. Liberatore has been dominant from the Dodgers' bullpen this season and owns a 1.62 ERA and 0.99 WHIP.
The Dodgers are expected to activate Liberatore (elbow) from the DL on Friday, David Vassegh of AM 570 LA Sports reports. Liberatore has returned from his rehab assignment, but has yet to brought off the disabled list. Liberatore threw one inning at Triple-A Oklahoma City on Tuesday, during which he struck out two batters.
Liberatore (elbow) was moved to Triple-A Oklahoma to continue his rehab assignment, Eric Stephen of True Blue LA reports. Liberatore struggled during his single outing at High-A Rancho Cucamonga, allowing two runs off three hits over just one inning. The Dodgers haven't indicated when they plan to activate him from the DL, but more information should be known after he pitches in a game with Oklahoma City.
Liberatore (elbow) began his rehab assignment at Single-A Rancho Cucamonga on Sunday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Southern California News Group reports. Liberatore has been out since July 29 with an inflamed elbow, however, it appears that the star reliever is on track to rejoin the Dodgers by the end of the week. Liberatore had been enjoying a dominant season before getting injured, boasting a career-best 1.62 ERA and 0.99 WHIP