Last year, Tony Cingrani missed significant time in the second half of the season due to shoulder issues. According to Ken Gurnick of MLB.com, the shoulder soreness returned for Cingrani and will be shut down for a couple of weeks.
Dodgers reliever Tony Cingrani has been shut down with a recurrence of last year's left shoulder soreness and won't be ready by Opening Day. Cingrani received medication and will not throw for two while undergoing treatment.
Without Cingrani, that has the Dodgers Opening Day roster looking for a left-handed reliever, with Caleb Ferguson and Julio Urias being the front runners if they don't already make the 25-man roster.
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