White was optioned to the Dodgers' alternate training site Tuesday.
White was a longshot to break camp with the Dodgers coming out of spring training, and his battle with a shoulder injury cemented that decision as the right-hander was able to log only two Cactus League innings. White did return to the mound at the end of March and is expected to be part of the team's taxi squad at some point in the campaign, so it wouldn't be surprising if he spends some time on the big-league roster this season.
White (shoulder) threw his first bullpen of camp earlier this week and expects to get into game action before spring training ends, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times reports.
White was delayed early in camp by a shoulder impingement. It looks as though he's past the worst of the problem, but it doesn't sound like he'll be fully up to speed by Opening Day.
White (shoulder) has not yet picked up a baseball in camp, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
White is suffering from a bout of shoulder soreness, and it is not yet clear how serious the issue is. The right-hander is one of the organization's top pitching prospects but isn't expected to break camp with the club, so there's little reason for the Dodgers to rush him along while the soreness persists.
White is dealing with soreness and is not ready to throw bullpen sessions yet, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.
Manager Dave Roberts didn't give any specifics as to the location or severity of White's soreness. White made his big-league debut in 2020, throwing three scoreless innings out of the bullpen. He figures to start the season in the minors, but will likely pitch at the big-league level as bullpen depth throughout the campaign.
White was optioned to the Dodgers' alternate training site Thursday.
He has not allowed a run while striking out two in three innings over two appearances this season. White may not be heard from again until 2021.
White (1-0) tossed two perfect innings and struck out one in a win over the Rockies on Friday.
White was credited with his first major-league win as the official scorer deemed him the most effective of six relievers to follow Alex Wood in Friday's blowout victory. The 25-year-old has pitched three scoreless innings across two outings to begin his career with the Dodgers.
White was recalled by the Dodgers on Friday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
White should have a good chance to pitch at some point Friday against the Rockies in what is expected to be a bullpen game. The 25-year-old made his big-league debut back in late August, throwing a single scoreless inning of relief. Josh Sborz was optioned in a corresponding move.
White, who was previously thought to be a candidate to start Friday's game against Colorado, will instead remain on the taxi squad while Alex Wood gets the starting nod, per Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register.
White pitched a four-inning simulated game Sunday in what some thought to be a warmup for a Friday start, but the Dodgers are instead opting to have Wood kick things off in the team's third bullpen game over the last six days. White is traveling with the Dodgers as part of their taxi squad but won't be eligible to pitch unless he is first placed on the active roster.
White completed a four-inning simulated game Sunday and is in line to start Friday against the Rockies, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports.
The 25-year-old delivered a scoreless inning during his big-league debut in late August, and it appears his second outing could be his first MLB start. The Dodgers are employing a bullpen day Sunday with Walker Buehler (finger) on the injured list, but White appears on track to fill in for Buehler's next turn in the rotation.
White was optioned back to the Dodgers' alternate training site Saturday to make space for the callup of Gavin Lux, David Vassegh of AM 570 LA Sports reports.
White was called up two days ago and made an appearance in Friday's loss to the Rangers but will be sent back down after his brief stint at the big-league level.
White completed one inning in Friday's loss to the Rangers, allowing no runs on one hit and one walk while striking out one. He did not factor in the decision.
White got his first opportunity to show his stuff in a regular-season MLB game and managed to keep Texas off the board despite less-than-stellar control. The right-hander threw only 10 of 22 pitches for strikes and allowed two runners to reach base, but he got out of the inning when he whiffed Shin-Soo Choo for his first big-league strikeout. White is a candidate to be taken back off the active roster when Tony Gonsolin rejoins the club for a start Sunday.
The Dodgers recalled White from their alternate training site Thursday.
He'll take the active roster spot of Walker Buehler, who was placed on the 10-day injured list with a blister on his right hand. Buehler had been expected to start the second game of Thursday's doubleheader with the Giants, so White -- who started in 13 games for Triple-A Oklahoma City in 2019 -- could be a potential candidate to fill the void, though manager Dave Roberts could simply opt to go with a bullpen game. White has yet to make his MLB debut.
White is traveling with the Dodgers on the team's current road trip as part of the taxi squad, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times reports.
White's presence on the five-man squad gives the Dodgers a versatile depth option should they need to fill a starter's or reliever's spot due to injury or illness. The right-hander was briefly part of the active roster in early April but did not get into any games.
White was optioned to the Dodgers' alternate training site Sunday.
After being called up from the taxi squad Saturday, White went unused out of the bullpen in the Dodgers' 11-2 win over the Diamondbacks. He'll lose his spot on the active roster with the Dodgers needing room for ace Clayton Kershaw (back), who was activated from the injured list ahead of his scheduled start Sunday.
White was recalled from the Dodgers' alternate training site Saturday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
The 25-year-old narrowly missed making the 30-man roster, but he was kept on an elevated pitch count at the alternate training site. With Clayton Kershaw (back) expected to rejoin the rotation this weekend, White will take the place of Tony Gonsolin on the major-league roster. White had impressive results in an exhibition start at the end of camp, but he wasn't very effective in his Triple-A debut last season.
White is a candidate to start against the Diamondbacks on Friday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Alex Wood (shoulder) was placed on the 10-day injured list this past Friday, leaving the Dodgers with a temporary hole in their rotation. Manager Dave Roberts listed White among a group of young hurlers with a chance to fill in as a spot starter, though only Tony Gonsolin has major-league experience among the group. White impressed in an exhibition start at the end of summer camp but struggled in his first stint at the Triple-A level last season.
White won't be part of the Dodgers' initial 30-man roster, but he'll maintain an elevated pitch count in case the team needs him to start at some point during the season, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
White looked great in an exhibition start against Arizona on Sunday, giving up only one hit -- a solo home run by Ketel Marte -- in five innings. While there is no room for White in the Dodgers' Opening Day rotation, the team appears to be comfortable looking to him as a contingency plan in case a need for a spot starter arises. "To see him playing for us this year wouldn't be a surprise at all," noted manager Dave Roberts.
White has been added to the Dodgers' 60-man player pool.
White was added to the team's 40-man roster in November, so it's not surprising to see him claim a spot in summer camp. However, the right-hander struggled in his first experience at the Triple-A level last season, so he's unlikely to see much major-league playing time in 2020.
White was reassigned to minor-league camp Friday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
White struggled with a 6.50 ERA in 63.2 innings at the Triple-A level last season, so he was never a candidate to make the big-league club out of spring training. The right-hander allowed two runs on three hits and one walk while striking out two over three innings in Cactus League play.
White was added to the Dodgers' 40-man roster on Wednesday.
With the move, the Dodgers avoid exposing White to the Rule 5 draft. He's at least a moderately interesting prospect, though he didn't show it in his first taste of Triple-A ball for Oklahoma City last season, stumbling to a 6.50 ERA in 63.2 innings.
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