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Dodgers' skipper Dave Roberts said Sunday that he's confident Corey Seager (back) will be on the club's World Series roster.

Seager was a full participant in the team's workout on Sunday and is set to play in a simulated game on Monday. It's looking like a foregone conclusion that he'll be included on the roster, though it's not a certainty that he'll be in the lineup for Game 1.
Oct 22 - 9:00 PM

Dodgers' manager Dave Roberts indicated Sunday that Charlie Culberson could remain on the club's active roster for the World Series, even if Corey Seager is activated.

Seager is expected to return for the World Series, which would have seemingly squeezed Culberson off of the roster, but Roberts was impressed with the way that the utility infielder performed in the NLCS against the Cubs where he slashed .455/.417/.818 in his 11 at-bats.
Oct 22 - 8:55 PM

Alex Wood will start Game 4 of the World Series against the Astros.

Dodgers' manager Dave Roberts cemented his rotation on Sunday, announcing that Clayton Kershaw, Rich Hill and Yu Darvish will pitch in the first three games. Wood struggled in Game 4 of the NLCS against the Cubs, serving up three solo homers in 4 2/3 innings.
Oct 22 - 8:52 PM

Dodgers' skipper Dave Roberts confirmed Sunday that the team will use the same rotation order in the World Series that they did in the NLCS.

That means that Yu Darvish will pitch in Game 3 when the series shifts to Houston, after Clayton Kershaw and Alex Wood work the first two games. Darvish is 2-2 with a 3.52 ERA, 0.87 WHIP and 25/2 K/BB ratio over 23 innings in his four career postseason starts.
Oct 22 - 8:50 PM

Dodgers' manager Dave Roberts announced Sunday that Rich Hill will start Game 2 of the World Series for the Dodgers.

He'll follow Clayton Kershaw who will start Tuesday's opener against the Astros in Los Angeles. The veteran southpaw pitched well his last time out, allowing one run on three hits over five innings in a no-decision against the Cubs in Game 2 of the NLCS. It will be the first time pitching in the World Series for the 37-year-old hurler.
Oct 22 - 8:48 PM
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