Dodgers News Recap: Pollock Will Miss Extended Time, Toles’ Return, And More!

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - APRIL 30: Los Angeles Dodgers Third baseman Justin Turner (10) watches as his ball clears the fence in the MLB game between the Dodgers and Giants on April 30, 2019 at Oracle Park in San Francisco, CA. (Photo by Larry Placido/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

There was plenty that popped up for the Dodgers yesterday in terms of roster breakdown. There were a few injuries and one major surgery that we will have to keep an eye on. All of this just a day removed from losing a series to the cellar-dweller Giants. But it’s not time to panic quite yet!

Dodgers Nation News

AJ Pollock Will Miss An Extended Period With Elbow Surgery

Cody Bellinger Takes Home April’s Triple Crown for MLB

Andrew Friedman Breaks Down The Roster Configuration Without Pollock

Dodgers Media

David Vassegh Reports Andrew Toles is Working to Get Back Into Game Shape

Darren Rovell Lets Us Know That the Dodgers’ Mexican Heritage Night Is the Hot Seller

Ken Gurnick Updates Us on David Freese’s Health After A Foul Ball Scare

Best of Dodgers’ Twitter


Dodgers Fan Sacrifices Life and Food to Snag a Foul Ball

Cody Bellinger Can Run-And He Hustles Out an RBI

Hyun-jin Ryu With the Dominant Night in San Francisco

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.


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    • Long story short he lost a large chunk of my supply this offseason and I’ve made him work it off, He got addicted again while working for me but recently I went out of town for a bit and Marquis and Bonquisha were supposed to watch his ass but he bounced. Mutha fuckas man

  1. I love Tolis I hope they can whip him into shape to be the good player he can be I hope that we see him this season.

  2. No shock about this reported fact at all:
    So, the first-place Dodgers lost two of three to the last-place Giants and will find opposing teams looking high and low for left-handed pitchers to send against them, beginning this weekend when the Padres start a trio of them — Eric Lauer, Joey Lucchesi and Nick Margevicius.

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