Garcia (biceps) will begin a minor league rehab assignment on Monday, Eric Stephen of True Blue LA reports. Garcia last pitched for the Dodgers on April 22. His assignment upon completion of his rehab will depend on both his performance and those of the likes of Pedro Baez and the other Dodger relievers.
Garcia (biceps) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Friday, Eric Stephen of SB Nation reports. With the Dodgers calling up top-prospect Julio Urias, a spot on the 40-man roster needed to be cleared. Considering there is still no timetable for Garcia's return, he was an obvious candidate to be sent to the 60-day DL to clear a spot. He'll stay on the 60-day DL as long as he continues to make little to no progress in his rehab program.
Garcia (biceps) has yet to resume throwing, and no return date is in sight, the Dodgers' official site reports. Garcia last pitched back on April 23, and it's obviously not a good sign that he's yet to pick up a baseball. He remains out indefinitely.
Garcia (biceps) was placed on the 15-day DL on Saturday, the Los Angeles Times' Andy McCullough reports. He said his bicep felt like it was "asleep" and he was forced out of Friday's game with the ailment. It makes sense that the team would prefer to shut him down for a couple weeks and get another arm up to help out in the bullpen, rather than carry Garcia on the roster for several days without being able to use his services. Zach Lee was recalled as a corresponding move to pitch out of the bullpen, and Louis Coleman will return from the bereavement list Monday, and the two pitchers should be able to aptly cover for Garcia's absence.
Garcia (biceps) will be shut down for at least two more days, J.P Hoonstra of the Southern California News Group reports. Garcia left Friday's outing with a sore right bicep and he told reporters that his right arm still feels "asleep" from the top of his bicep down to his wrist. He'll receive treatment over the next couple of days and the Dodgers figure to reassess him Monday.