The Dodgers are a bit dinged up, but not bad enough to concern Dave Roberts.

Roberts said Andre Ethier and Corey Seager would play if it was Opening Day.

As for Scott Kazmir, he threw a bullpen session, but no word on when he’ll next take the hill.

Andrew Toles is back in the lineup. He had a successful outing Wednesday, recording a couple of impressive defensive plays with two hits, including a triple.

Justin Turner is back healthy as well, hitting a homer in Wednesday’s game. Trayce Thompson, who got a late start to spring training, also homered.

The Dodgers look as though they’ll be in good shape by Opening Day.

Julio Urias likely won’t be on the Opening Day roster

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