Los Angeles Dodgers' AJ Pollock (hamstring) likely headed to IL, Dave Roberts says

Los Angeles Dodgers left fielder AJ Pollock left Friday night's 9-6 win over the Miami Marlins with a left hamstring strain and is likely headed for the injured list, manager Dave Roberts said.

Pollock was making his first start since straining his left hamstring last week in a 9-2 loss to the Los Angeles Angels.

In the second inning Friday, Pollock singled in the game's first run but aggravated his hamstring injury when he took third base on Austin Barnes' RBI double. Pollock was removed for a pinch-runner.

"He felt it grab, so kind of right now, with where we're at, I assume it's gonna be an IL and we'll probably have a move tomorrow," Roberts said.

Pollock is batting .277 with four home runs and 17 RBIs in 32 games.