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Dodgers: Dustin May Finishes Rehab Assignment Strong, Set to Return to LA Next Weekend


The Dodgers rotation has been ravaged with injuries this season. Somehow, they just keep on winning with whoever is on the mound (even if its Hanser Alberto). But, it’s always nice to have your top guys available especially with October coming up on the horizon.

One of our top guys almost ready to contribute to the Dodgers lineup is righty Dustin May.

May has not thrown a major league pitch since suffering a torn ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) in May of 2021 that required Tommy John surgery. However, he threw his fourth and final rehab start earlier today and let’s just say he’s ready for the big leagues already.


Yeah, the red head is ready to come back to the best team in baseball. However, one reporter says Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts might ruin May’s return.

Now, that was a good one, J.P.

This was the Texas native’s best start from all his rehab starts. The return of May, may be more of a necessity than a luxury. Dodgers legend, Clayton Kershaw is still on the IL, along with Walker Buehler. Andrew Heaney suffered an injury last night but should be okay for his next scheduled start.

The Dodgers didn’t make a huge splash during the trade deadline but it’ll feel like they did once they get some core pieces back.

The 24-year old is set to join the team back in LA once they take on the Miami Marlins this upcoming weekend.

The team with the best team ERA in all of baseball is only going to get stronger.

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Ricardo Sandoval

Born and Raised in the East side of Los Angeles. Ricardo is a staff writer at Dodgers Nation and on the LA Sports Report network of sites. He's also a lifelong Dodgers and Lakers fan. Ricardo is an alumnus of CSUN (Go Matadors).

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