The Los Angeles Dodgers are about to start the season, as their 20-10 record is good enough to lead the NL West Division.
A good reason for that successful start is pitcher Clayton Kersh, who has a 1.80 ERA, 0.73 WHIP, and 32/3 K / BB ratio in five starts and 30 innings.
Unfortunately, this can be bypassed-but not unless you’re a techie who knows what he’s doing.
The Dodgers put their Star Harler on the injured list with inflammation of the right SI joint.
They have already announced who will take his place on the roster once he recovers.
“The Dodgers have withdrawn LHP Garrett Clevinger and put Clayton Kershaw on the injured list with inflammation of the right SI joint,” they tweeted.
Dodgers withdraws LHP Garrett Clevinger and puts Clayton Kershaw on the injured list with inflammation of the right SI joint.
– Los Angeles Dodgers (@ Dodgers) May 13, 2022
The SI joint means the sacroiliac joint, and it connects the hip bone (iliac crest) to the sacrum, the triangular bone between the lumbar spine and the tailbone.
There is still no timetable for his return
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
The team should make more specific proposals about the injury soon.
The announcement of the injury came out of nowhere: in fact, Kershaw was in line to start Friday.
It obviously won’t happen now.
The left-hander was going through an amazing season, an impressive feat considering that he missed almost half of the last campaign with hand problems.
The Dodgers desperately need him to hold on to tough companies like the San Diego Padres and the San Francisco Giants.
But they can’t, shouldn’t, and don’t rush him.
It’s certainly a rare hit for a calf, but thanks to Los Angeles it’s not his elbow or shoulder.