Dodgers outfielder AJ Pollock left tonight’s game with a right hamstring strain. Pollock hurt himself while trying to steal third base in the top of the first inning, as he was limping off the field following the play.
Dave Roberts confirmed after the game that Pollock did sustain that injury and he will be headed to the IL for a couple of weeks. Pollock missed just shy of three weeks with a strain to his left hamstring earlier in the season. Los Angeles can turn to a combination of Zach McKinstry, Bill McKinney, or Matt Beaty to handle left field duty, or utilityman Chris Taylor could simply assume the everyday role.
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