Andre Ethier’s efforts to re-establish himself in the Dodgers’ outfield have stalled.

Ethier has twice missed time with injury this spring. The latest has him sidelined until April.

Roberts is optimistic. But the delay could cost the 35-year-old Ethier more of a role in left. As Plunkett noted, Andrew Toles has a great opportunity. Franklin Gutierrez, who has struggled mightily this month, can also take advantage.

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