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Dodgers Nation Week In Review: April 20 – April 26

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To start the week, Clayton Kershaw threw a full effort in a simulated game as A.J. Ellis assumed his role behind the plate. Kershaw then took the next step in his recovery as he made his first rehab start in Rancho Cucamonga on Friday. It has been rumored that Kershaw will need another rehab start before returning to the Dodgers.

The Dodgers also made some pitching changes early in the week with their bullpen as they decided to make room for another reliever and added Jose Dominguez while optioning infielder Chone Figgins to Triple-A. Adding on the additional pitcher to the roster has not proven entirely effective this week after the team was plagued by a few extra-innings losses. Additionally, Don Mattingly has been extremely frustrated with the plethora of errors the team continues to commit.

Check out the biggest stories of the week:

Don Mattingly claims struggling Brian Wilson is healthy

Hanley Ramirez leaves game with thumb injury

Clayton Kershaw to throw bullpen session, then determine next step

Chris Perez comfortable with role in bullpen

A.J. Ellis took batting practice and could return soon

Don Mattingly contemplates Wilson’s role as setup man

Brett Ratner to make movie on Puig’s escape from Cuba

Chad Billingsley will receive PRP injection in elbow

Clayton Kershaw threw full effort in a simulated game

Josh Beckett proves himself as an asset

Chone Figgins optioned to make room for Jose Dominguez

Hanley Ramirez claims his hand is healthy

Kershaw could return in a few weeks

Mattingly frustrated by extra inning errors
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