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Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty ImagesThe Los Angeles Dodgers will move both Kenta Maeda and Ross Stripling from the starting rotation to the bullpen [url=]Juan Marichal Jersey[/url] , manager Dave Roberts announced Sunday, per the Orange County Register's Bill Plunkett.The move comes as the team works around a number of injuries to its regular relievers, including closer Kenley Jansen.According to The Athletic'sPedroMoura, Roberts indicated Stripling could return to the starting rotation at some point in the near future, saying the 28-year-old right-hander "has earned the opportunity to continue to start."Stripling is8-3 with a 2.62 ERA and a 3.10FIPin 28 appearances this year.Maeda, meanwhile, is 7-7 with a 3.80 ERA and a 3.26FIPin 22 appearances.Since neither pitcher has struggled this season [url=][/url ] , their shift to the bullpen is more an indication of how desperate things are for the Dodgers.Mike Petriello mike_petrielloAnd until Jansen returns, the bullpen is something like ...AlexanderFergusonBaezStriplingMaedaFloroAxfordChargois.. still not great, but looks a lot better with the two starters there.Daniel Hudson, TonyCingrani, Josh Fields and ErikGoeddelare all on the disabled list, and it's unclear when Jansen will return to the mound. ESPN'sBusterOlneyand The Athletic'sKenRosenthalreported the three-time All-Star is out while receiving treatment for an irregular heartbeat.Dodgers president of baseball operationsAndrew Friedman said Jansen will be examined Aug. 20 and that he may not be back until September, per theLos Angeles Times'Andy McCullough.With the MLB non-waiver trade deadline passed [url=]Gaylord Perry Jersey[/url] , the Dodgers had few ways to add depth to their bullpen. Stripling at least has some experience out of the bullpen, andMaedahas made a handful of relief appearances over the last two seasons. They should help Los Angeles get through a difficult situation in the final stretch of the 2018 campaign. Stats are courtesy ofBaseball Referenceunless otherwise noted. A look at what’s happening around the majors today:PRIZE FIGHTTop contenders for the NL Cy Young Award square off when Aaron Nola (14-3, 2.24 ERA) and the Phillies face Max Scherzer (16-5, 2.11) and the Nationals in their series finale. Nola is 2-0 with a 1.98 ERA in two starts this season against Washington, which has won consecutive games against Philadelphia since trading away Daniel Murphy and Matt Adams. The second-place Phillies are three games behind Atlanta in the NL East, while the Nationals are 7½ games back.PAIR OF ACESIn another marquee matchup on the mound, it’s Jacob deGrom (8-7 [url=][/url ] , 1.71 ERA) and the Mets hosting Madison Bumgarner (4-5, 3.05) and the Giants for a Citi Field matinee. Also a leading candidate for the NL Cy Young, deGrom is coming off his third career complete game and first this season last Saturday in a 3-1 win at Philadelphia. Bumgarner is 5-0 with a 0.47 ERA in five starts at Citi Field. He last faced New York in the 2016 NL wild-card game, pitching a four-hit shutout that sent San Francisco to the NLDS.E-WING SWINGIN’Boston tries to slow down Edwin Encarnacion and the Indians as the major league-leading Red Sox seek a split of their four-game series between AL division leaders. Encarnacion cleared the Green Monster twice Wednesday night after being sidelined since Aug. 12 with a bruised right wrist, though Boston still beat Cleveland 10-4 to end a three-game skid. Encarnacion has 27 homers and is trying to reach 30 for the seventh straight season, stretching the longest active streak in the majors. Red Sox left-hander David Price (13-6, 3.69) is 3-0 with a 1.35 ERA since the All-Star break.IMMEDIATE DIVIDENDSCole Hamels is 3-0 with a 0.72 ERA in four starts for the NL Central-leading Cubs since they acquired him from Texas in a July 27 trade. Hamels pitches the opener of a four-game series at Wrigley Field against last-place Cincinnati. One day after obtaining Daniel Murphy from Washington to boost their sagging lineup [url=]Brandon Crawford Jersey[/url] , the Cubs finally broke loose Wednesday night in an 8-2 victory at Detroit. Chicago, which homered three times, had scored exactly one run in each of its previous five games. Murphy singled home a run in his first game with the Cubs.TOO HOT CORNERWil Myers’ move to third base got messy Wednesday. The Padres‘ infielder was scratched from a game against Colorado with a cut on his nose after taking a grounder to the face while practicing at his new position. Myers was fielding grounders at third during batting practice when a ball went over his glove and struck him. He left the field holding a towel over his face with a trainer near his side. Myers was scheduled to make his eighth start at the hot corner as San Diego experiments with sliding the veteran outfielder and first baseman across the diamond.
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