In addition to placing Alex Wood on the 10-day disabled list, the Los Angeles Dodgers did the same with Cody Bellinger, who’s been saddled by a mild ankle sprain. He becomes the 26th different player the Dodgers put on the disabled list this season.
They set an MLB record last year by sending 28 players to the DL. Bellinger’s stint is retroactive to Sunday, Aug. 20. He was removed after six innings last Saturday and didn’t appear in either of the two ensuing games, though Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said his rookie was available to pinch-hit.
Roberts initially expected Bellinger to be limited for a few games, though tipped the Dodgers’ hand on Tuesday when he said the club was leaning toward putting Bellinger on the disabled list.
Prior to missing the finale against the Detroit Tigers, Bellinger had appeared in all 101 games since making his MLB debut on April 25. He’s batting .274/.356/.612 with 19 doubles, two triples, 34 home runs, 79 RBI, a .393 wOBA and 146 wRC+.
Ravin joins the Dodgers for a third time this season and one night after they used seven relievers in a 12-inning game. Ravin has one save, a 3.38 ERA, 5.57 FIP and 0.75 WHIP in four games.
He’s 4-0 with two saves, a 4.33 ERA and 1.36 WHIP in 30 games with Oklahoma City.