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Dodgers Credits: Clayton Kershaw Rehab Start, Return of Yasiel Puig, Jose De Leon Big League Debut and More!

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The Dodgers may be looking to come into full form, with the postseason a little over a month away.

Former Cy Young winner, Clayton Kershaw is scheduled to make a rehab start for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.

It is believed that Kershaw will pitch the first three innings of the ball game before being pulled.

Fellow starting pitcher Brett Anderson is expected to pitch five innings in relief. Also, outfielder Andre Ethier will be starting in right field for the Quakes.

Last night, Yasiel Puig went 2-4 in his return to the Dodgers.

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Tomorrow Dodgers prospect Jose De Leon is scheduled to make his major league debut. He is set to be opposed by 4-10, Christian Friedrich.

Dodgers Nation:

Blogs and Local Media:

  • Jose De Leon will make big league debut Sunday for Dodgers | True Blue LA

  • Yasiel Puig says all the right things in return to Dodgers, who then lose to the Padres | LA Times
  • Dodgers outhit Padres but bullpen can’t back Julio Urias in a 4-2 loss | OC Register

National Media: 

  • Los Angeles Dodgers Injury Updates: Kershaw and Ethier Join Quakes | NBC Sports

  • Yasiel Puig rejoins Dodgers after one-month stint in minors | ESPN
  • Dodgers calling up top pitching prospect Jose De Leon: 3 things to know | CBS Sports

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Written by Terrel Emerson

Terrel "Chatterbox" Emerson is a Inglewood native with strong Los Angeles roots. A big sports fan/analyst. Radio talk show host of "Talk That Talk," on WPMD. #WeLoveLA

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