The Dodgers will kick off a 4-game series against the Marlins tonight down in Miami. They will not have to throw a bullpen game in this series, but Monday night could leave them a little shorthanded.
One day after throwing a bullpen game in Washington DC, the Dodgers will likely have 5 relievers unavailable on Monday. That includes Joe Kelly, Phil Bickford, and David Price. Dave Roberts confirmed on Monday that those 3 were for sure going to be held out.
The Dodgers will also probably have to get the job done without Blake Treinen and Kenley Jansen. Both of those guys pitched on Saturday and Sunday against the Nationals and pitching Monday would make it 3-straight days. Doc has not been willing to do that very often with anyone on the staff.
Scott Alexander was just activated from the injured list, so he might be one of the first guys out of the Dodgers bullpen after Walker Buehler. That would also presumably leave Victor Gonzalez and Jimmy Nelson available to throw.
Edwin Uceta was supposed to throw a bunch of innings on Sunday, but they opted to save him. It would make sense that they would throw him tonight after Buehler if needed. They could also save him for Friday when the Dodgers are likely to throw another bullpen game.