Over the weekend, we got news that the Dodgers are going to be without Walker Buehler for some time.
Buehler will be shut down for 6-8 to weeks after an MRI revealed a strain in his elbow. No surgery is planned and Buehler is expected to return this season, but that obviously depends on how he recovers. So what is next?
Bill Plunkett of the O.C. register caught up with Andrew Friedman to talk about possible replacement options in the trade market or if they want to keep it in house.
"I feel like the starting pitching market is always difficult. I don’t know that a premium exists in that it’s always got a premium attached to it. I feel like relievers go for way more in July than they do any other time of year.”
Dodgers look to bounce back as they return home to face the Angels starting tonight.
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