Dodgers’ Andrew Heaney placed on IL for second time this season

For the second time this year, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Andrew Heaney will be placed on the disabled list.

Heaney was placed on the 15-day IL by the Dodgers on Friday because to discomfort in his left shoulder.

Heaney also has a shoulder problem, according to manager Dave Roberts. The organisation anticipates Heaney will only miss a few starts during his brief layoff.

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For the Dodgers this season, Heaney has only made three starts. In 15.1 innings pitched, he has a 1-0 record with a 0.59 ERA.

Heaney inked a one-year, $8.5M contract with the Dodgers before the 2022 season as a free agent.

Reyes Moronta, a right-hander, was recalled by the Dodgers from Triple-A Oklahoma City to replace Heaney on the active roster. This year, Moronta has pitched for the Dodgers in eight games, compiling a 2.00 ERA with nine strikeouts in nine innings.

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