1B,SS - LAD
Miguel Rojas is missing from the lineup for the Los Angeles Dodgers against the San Diego Padres Sunday.
Rojas will receive Sunday night’s series finale off to rest, with Chris Taylor starting at shortstop and batting ninth for manager Dave Roberts against the Padres Sunday night.
Miguel Rojas was activated off the injured list Monday by the Dodgers.
Rojas has been out of action since landing on the IL on April 19th with a left hamstring strain. The 34-year-old was batting just .125 through 11 games before the injury. Fantasy managers can leave him out of their lineups for now.
Miguel Rojas is missing from the lineup for the Los Angeles Dodgers against the New York Mets Wednesday afternoon.
With Rojas out Wednesday afternoon, Luke Williams will start at shortstop and bat eighth against right-hander Max Scherzer for manager Dave Roberts.
Miguel Rojas left Tuesday's game against the Mets with a hamstring injury.
Rojas has seemed to be banged up quite a bit early in the season. The Dodgers plan to see how he feels on Wednesday before providing another update.
Miguel Rojas left Wednesday's game early against the Giants due to a left hamstring cramp.
Rojas had been dealing with a left groin injury. Chris Taylor replaced him in Wednesday's game and will likely see more playing time at shortstop for the Dodgers while Rojas is sidelined.