Julio UríasLos Angeles Dodgers pitcher, has had a difficult start in the 2023 Major League season since the Sinaloan is the pitcher with the most home runs allowed and now He will be away for at least two weeks.
The Dodgers announced that the Mexican pitcher will be placed on the 15-day disabled list due to hamstring injury in his left leg. The move will be retroactive to May 19.
In his last start, made Thursday against the St. Louis Cardinals, The one from Culiacán allowed six runs and four home runs in three complete innings. The lefty was scheduled to start Thursday’s game against the Atlanta Braves.
In 2023, the 26-year-old pitcher has made ten mound appearances for the Dodgers and is 5-4. His ERA is 4.39 after allowing 27 runs in 55.1 innings and striking out 53 of the 227 batters he faced.
After Urías’ injury, the Dodgers recalled Wander Suero from the Triple-A branch. The right-hander has pitched in three major league games this year and has allowed three runs in 4 2/3 innings.
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Trouble for Dave Roberts
The loss of the Mexican is one more problem for the starting rotation of the Dodgers and manager Dave Roberts should do wonders with his bullpen. On Friday, the Los Angeles team placed Dustin May on the disabled list with a strained left forearm.
for now, the only healthy starters on the Dodgers’ roster are Noah Syndergaard, Clayton Kershaw and Tony Gonsolin. In addition to Urías and May, Los Angeles has Micahel Grove, Ryan Pepiot and Walker Buehler on the disabled list.