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Dodgers Injury Update: Corey Knebel Progressing Well In Rehab

Corey Knebel was off to a solid start in his first season with the Los Angeles Dodgers before suffering a right lat strain in late April. Knebel was placed on the 10-day injured list on April 24 and transferred to the 60-day IL on May 2. While Knebel did not need surgery, the Dodgers prepared to be without him for a few months.
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Dodgers News: Corey Knebel Updates on Injury Status, Timetable for Return

If you’re one of those people that likes to find something to point to as a turning point for the Dodgers’ struggles, perhaps this is it. Corey Knebel’s last outing — where he injured himself — was April 23rd. Since that day, the Dodgers have gone 5-11, losing several close games late due in part to an inexperienced bullpen.
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Dodgers News: Corey Knebel Transferred To 60-Day Injured List

The Los Angeles Dodgers transferred Corey Knebel to the 60-day injured list in order to call up and place Mike Kickham on their 40-man roster. Dustin May being placed on the 10-day IL was the corresponding move to then adding Kickham to the active roster on Sunday. Knebel suffered an...
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Dodgers place Dustin May on 10-day IL, Corey Knebel on 60-day IL

The Dodgers made a number of roster moves ahead of their game on Sunday morning. The most notable being Dustin May, who was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right arm injury. May left yesterday’s game after he felt a “shooting sensation” in his arm. When speaking to...

Dodgers’ Bullpen Plan With Corey Knebel Out ‘Few Months’

The bulk of injuries the Los Angeles Dodgers have absorbed this season are on the position player side of the roster, but another pitcher went down Friday when Corey Knebel was removed from his appearance after facing just one batter. Knebel winced after yanking a fastball in the dirt for...

Dodgers Injury Notes: Joe Kelly, Gavin Lux, Corey Knebel, More

Without question, injuries continue to hammer the heart of the Los Angeles Dodgers active roster. During most seasons, we’ll put together an injury report once or twice per month, but current times are calling for a thorough update almost weekly. At the time of this publication, the Dodgers have seven...

Dodgers' Corey Knebel: Set to miss multiple months

Knebel was placed on the injured list with a lat strain Saturday and is expected to miss multiple months, Juan Toribio of reports. Knebel missed Friday's game against the Padres with what was originally called an upper triceps injury. The Dodgers are hopeful he'll be able to pitch again this season, but the fact that that had to be stated hardly paints an optimistic pitcher. He'd been lined up as Kenley Jansen's top deputy and had already picked up a pair of saves. That role could now go to Blake Treinen.
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Dodgers reliever Corey Knebel out long-term with lat injury

Dodgers reliever Corey Knebel left Saturday night’s game against the Padres with an apparent arm injury, and he’s in for a lengthy absence. Knebel is going on the injured list with a lat issue, manager Dave Roberts told reporters, including Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register. He won’t undergo surgery but will be out for a few "months," with Roberts saying the organization hopes Knebel will be able to “pitch for us again this year,” via Plunkett.

Dodgers’ Corey Knebel could miss most of the season with lat injury

The Dodgers' gamble on Corey Knebel looked like a good one — until Friday night. Knebel suffered a strained lat muscle in his right shoulder that will sideline him for most if not all of the season. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said there is no tear and surgery is not planned.
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Corey Knebel on injured list, out ‘a few months’ with lat injury

The Dodgers on Saturday placed reliever Corey Knebel on the injured list with a lat injury, one day after he had to leave the game after facing only one batter. The right-hander is expected to miss much more than just 10 days. “It’s going to be a few months,” manager...