Wednesday marked one month since Dodgers lefthander Scott Elbert took the mound, and the club’s 2004 first-rounder isn’t expected to be back anytime soon.
Elbert, who is 0-1, 3.86 with 24 strikeouts in 14 innings at Double-A Jacksonville this season, has been sidelined with shoulder tendinitis that flared up in his last start on April 16. In that outing, Elbert walked seven over three innings.
“He’s still working on his shoulder, trying to work through it,” Dodgers farm director De Jon Watson said. “There is tendinitis in the shoulder area and we are not going to rush this. There is no timetable for his return right now.”
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