The Dodgers are expected to welcome Julio Urias back at the beginning of September but before then they must decide where Urias will make his next rehab start.
The Dodgers reportedly are undecided on where Urias will make his next rehab start. Urias made his two most recent rehab starts with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and pitched a total of three innings. In his last outing, Urias pitched 1 1/3 innings allowing two runs on two base hits.
In his rehab start on August 10th, Julio allowed one earned run on three base hits in 1 2/3 innings. For Urias, the results don’t look like anything special but he did throw as hard as 95 miles per hour in his last rehab outing. Urias routinely sat around 92-93 miles per hour in his last two outings which is right around where his velocity was prior to his shoulder surgery.
Wherever Julio Urias’s next stop is, he is scheduled to throw three innings tomorrow in what may be his last rehab start. Even if it doesn’t end up being the last minor league rehab start for Julio, he is definitely towards the end of his journey back. It’s a pretty safe assumption that Urias will be with the big league club when the calendar turns to September barring any setbacks.
More from LA Dodgers News
- Kevin Kiermaier being ‘top target’ to replace Cody Bellinger is bad sign for Dodgers
- Giants laughably sign pitcher that Dodgers absolutely own
- Dave Roberts’ quote about Padres in NLDS should motivate Dodgers
- Former Astro seemingly takes uncalled for shot at Cody Bellinger after Cubs deal
- Dodgers’ 2023 lineup without Trea Turner isn’t as impressive as it should be
- Manny Machado was hit on the left wrist in yesterday’s blowout game. Position player Andrew Romine pitched the top of the ninth inning for the Mariners and plunked Machado on his left wrists. Machado underwent precautionary X-rays and checked out fine. It wouldn’t be surprising if Manny got a day off tonight but he is going to be fine after the injury scare.
- Justin Turner went 4-5 yesterday with five RBI’s and if there was any doubt about Turner’s wrist he has erased all doubts. Turner was hitting .500 in his last seven games prior to yesterday’s game and the 4-5 game will only increase that. On the season JT is now hitting .305 with nine home runs and a stellar .896 OPS.
- Clayton Kershaw is quietly putting up a very strong second half of the season after throwing seven innings yesterday allowing just one earned run. Kershaw now has a 2.40 ERA for the season and a 1.77 ERA in his last six starts. Kershaw also picked up the 150th win of his career on Sunday.
- The Dodgers did not gain any ground in the NL West this weekend but they did win a series for the first time this month. The Dodgers have played a contender just about every series since the all-star break and have one more series against the Cardinals before finally playing a non-contender in the Padres this weekend.