The Los Angeles Dodgers have been haunted by the injury bug early in this season, a trend that continued with news on Wednesday that Logan Forsythe and Rob Segedin would be headed to the disabled list.
Forsythe and Segedin join starting pitcher Rich Hill on the DL, who is dealing with ongoing blister issues.
Manager Dave Roberts told Dodgers Insider David Vassegh that he thinks Forsythe will miss 'at least two weeks.'
Segedin, who was called up to fill Hill's roster spot, suffered his injury in his first game since being recalled. Forsythe has stepped in nicely to his role as the team's starting second baseman and occasional leadoff man, batting .295 with a .407 on-base percentage.
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