Dodgers: Kevin Pillar’s Season is Over After Injury

The Dodgers had some plans for Kevin Pillar when he got the call up from Triple-A. After a decent run in the minor leagues, he looked poised to get some at-bats at the big league level until guys came back healthy. Unfortunately, that will not be happening for him.

Pillar hit the IL last week after suffering a shoulder dislocation during a game. That came on an awkward swing as well as an awkward slide into third base. The Dodgers called it a fractured shoulder in his left arm. 

Dave Roberts added this weekend that the shoulder would require surgery. He admitted that would effectively end his 2022 season before it could even get started. 

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Dodgers starter Tony Gonsolin had a goal in mind for the start of the season to make the All-Star team. And the way that he has been pitching lately, it seems like there is a very good chance that happens. He just has to keep it up for a few more good starts. 

Despite going through one heck of a down week, the Dodgers are still considered to be the World Series favorites. And that comes after being swept by the Pirates and splitting a series with the Mets over the weekend. 

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  1. This team and their lack of hitting is pathetic. Lose 2 of 3 at home to Arizona and get swept by Pittsburgh at home. The bullpen is a mess and we dont bring home runners in scoring position. I realize that its a long. season but the dodgers and many of their 200 hitters are not even going to get to the world series.