Bring up Pollock, who is injured in Dodgers’ hamstring
Major League Baseball LA Dodgers hurriedly called up injured A.J. Pollock (34).
The Dodgers put Pollock, who was out of power due to a right hamstring injury, on the roster for the game against the Colorado Rockies on the 23rd (Korea Standard Time). Pollock, who was on the injured list (IL) on September 6, was not planning to play until after the 24th.
The Dodgers hurriedly called up Pollock when outfielder Cody Bellinger was listed on the injured list due to a rib fracture and Chris Taylor, who also serves as an inside and outside player, was injured by a neck injury. As of the 22nd, the Dodgers are in second place, one game behind the San Francisco Giants in the western part of the National League.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said, “Just having Pollock on the bench helps our team.”
Pollock has a batting average of .297, 16 home runs and 58 RBIs this season.