Rich Hill (blister) will have his start skipped Sunday against the Rockies.
The Dodgers could push Rich Hill back from Sunday's scheduled start versus the Rockies if they've already clinched the National League West by then.
Rich Hill was on point in Tuesday's loss to the Giants, allowing one run on six hits over five innings.
Rich Hill couldn't make it out of the sixth in Thursday's loss to the Diamondbacks, yielding four runs on four hits over 5 1/3 innings.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Sunday that Rich Hill was pulled from Saturday's start because the trainer saw tenderness on Hill's left index finger.
Rich Hill retired the first 21 hitters he faced in Saturday's victory over the Marlins, but was denied his bid for a perfect game when he was lifted after seven innings.
Rich Hill gave up just one base hit and zero runs while punching out eight batters in six innings to beat the Padres on Saturday.
Rich Hill (blister) is expected to start for the Dodgers on Saturday against the Padres.
Rich Hill (blister) has been scratched from his scheduled start Wednesday night against the Rockies.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts acknowledged there is some concern about Rich Hill's finger holding up for Wednesday night's start against the Rockies.
Finally making his Dodgers debut, Rich Hill earned a win after shutting out the Giants for six innings on Wednesday.
Dodgers activated LHP Rich Hill from the 15-day disabled list.
Rich Hill (blister) will start Wednesday's game against the Giants.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Friday that Rich Hill (blister) is "penciled" into the rotation next week.