LOS ANGELES -- With 10 players still on the disabled list, the Los Angeles Dodgers essentially give injury updates every day.
The latest news is that Andre Ethier is in town to have the fracture in his right leg reexamined. Manager Dave Roberts said Ethier is moving around better these days, but his original timetable of 10-14 weeks for a return still has him more than a month away from coming back.
One key player who could end up back before Ethier is left-handed pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu, who is scheduled to throw another bullpen session Saturday. The left-hander could end up facing live pitching as soon as next week, but his return remains unclear.
Ryu had been in Arizona rehabbing from shoulder surgery last year, but that rehab was slowed recently by a groin issue that has now subsided.
Another pitcher set to throw a bullpen on Saturday is Brandon McCarthy. The right-hander, who had Tommy John surgery last year, is still aiming for a return around the all-star break.
Although records are unclear, the Dodgers say that the 10 players on the DL were "likely" the most in baseball history to start a season.