The Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Julio Urias made his MLB debut vs. the New York Mets on Friday in place of Alex Wood. We have the highlights from the game, how he prepped and much more coming up on Dodgers Nation report brought to you by CollectSuperProducts.com

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Watch Urias full interview on TWC SportsNetLA. With Julio Mania taking over social media, prior to his debut Fernando Valenzuela spoke on Urias.

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  1. Michael Norris

    Well that went about the way I figured it would. It was all for show, there is no way the kid stays in the rotation the rest of the year, and he probably gets one more start before they relegate him to the bullpen to control his innings. If they do start him again, they should wait until they come home next weekend. Get the home crowd behind him, and see what happens. Naturally, Home Run Baez gives the game away after the team came back to keep Julio from getting a loss……..Nice grooved fastball there dick head……..movement, movement movement! What a moron……

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  2. 2B15Lopes

    They need to ship both Beaz and Hatcher off to minor league pergatory. I would like to see Urias get innings in the bull pen. Get him used to high pressure situations an inning or a few batters at a time.

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  3. Robert Hamilton

    I predicted this folly. Desperation is what it is. NY is a big stage for even a veteran, let alone a  kid who hasn’t thrown a pitch in the majors. They’re looking out for their butts and not the kid’s. You first bring him out of your bullpen in front of the home crowd. How can anyone have agreed with this move, even had it succeeded. You have to think of his confidence down the road. In LA he would be hyped up with confidence, and had he did well, he would be more relaxed when used again. It’s hard to believe that professionals wouldn’t consider a kid’s psyche.

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  4. nodrog60

    Well that went well.won’t have to worry about controlling his innings. What are these dick heads thinking. He is 19!!!. He pretty much got kicked arround in spring training. Same deal now. SeND him back and break him in slowly next year.

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