Degers Dodgers Dustin May made an early exit from his start against the Brewers tonight due to an obvious injury. After throwing the pitch at Billy McKinney with two outs at the end of the second inning, May visibly moved from discomfort and left the game after visiting the team’s coach.
More will be known when the Dodgers release an update on May’s condition, but apparently any kind of injury that requires a roster is not good news for either May or the Dodgers’ rotation as a whole. Although Los Angeles still has one of the best rotations in the league, the club has been hit hard by injuries, with IL currently having seven pitchers. This list of names includes David Price and Tony Gonsolinwho competed with May for a place of rotation during spring training.
May won this battle and was impressive at the start, posting a 2.53 ERA, 57.4% group rate and one of the league̵