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River Ryan came down with shoulder fatigue during spring training and is expected to arrive in Oklahoma City in late May or early June. A divisive dynasty prospect due to wide-ranging expert opinions, Ryan turns 26 in August and has only made two career starts at Triple-A, so he is already a bit behind his peers developmentally due to starting off his pro career as an infielder. He had a 3.80 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 110 strikeouts in 104.1 innings last year, primarily with Double-A Tulsa. Those highest on Ryan see several plus pitches and a high ceiling as a starter, while others project him to end up as a high-leverage reliever.

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  • Dodgers' River Ryan: Slated for rehab start Saturday

    Ryan (shoulder) is slated to start for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Saturday, Alex Freedman reports. Ryan was placed on the 60-day injured list at the beginning of the season due to right shoulder fatigue. He returned to action in the Arizona Complex League on June 3, and over two appearances he struck out eight over four scoreless innings.
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  • Dodgers' River Ryan: Kicks off rehab assignment in ACL

    Ryan (shoulder) began a rehab assignment Monday in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League, striking out five and allowing no hits and one walk over two scoreless innings. Ryan's appearance marked his 2024 debut after Triple-A Oklahoma City placed him on its 60-day injured list after he had battled right shoulder fatigue coming out of spring training. The right-hander will likely require multiple outings in the lower levels of the minors to get stretched back out before he slots into the Oklahoma City rotation.
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  • Dodgers' River Ryan: Out multiple months

    Ryan is on the 60-day injured list with Triple-A Oklahoma City due to shoulder fatigue, Jim Callis of MLB.com reports. According to Callis, Ryan came down with shoulder fatigue during spring training and is expected to arrive in Oklahoma City in late May or early June. A divisive dynasty prospect due to wide-ranging expert opinions, Ryan turns 26 in August and has only made two career starts at Triple-A, so he is already a bit behind his peers developmentally due to starting off his pro career as an infielder. He had a 3.80 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 110 strikeouts in 104.1 innings last year, primarily with Double-A Tulsa. Those highest on Ryan see several plus pitches and a high ceiling as a starter, while others project him to end up as a high-leverage reliever.
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