The Los Angeles Dodgers are one step closer to having a healthy starting rotation. With Clayton Kershaw making his return nearly two weeks ago, Hyun-Jin Ryu is on track to make his first start since being placed on the disabled list against the New York Mets on Wednesday.
The left-hander was moved to the disabled list on May 2 with inflammation in his throwing shoulder. Ryu had experienced a similar injury while piching in Korea and mentioned he would only need rest before returning back to normal. After a bullpen session and a simulated game at Camelback Ranch just a few days ago, the Dodger starter is ready to return.
Ryu is 3-2 with a 3.00 ERA on the season so far and looks to give the starting rotation the stability it needs.
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