Josh Beckett SP LAD 3 Days

Josh Beckett went home with a no-decision after allowing four runs in 3 2/3 innings in Tuesday's 12-7 loss to the Pirates.

The Pirates had Beckett's number, bashing five extra-base hits against the right-hander before chasing him with two outs in the fourth. Gregory Polanco, Neil Walker, and Ike Davis each homered against him. Overall, Beckett allowed six hits, walked none, and struck out four. The veteran has otherwise had a great season, now carrying a 2.52 ERA with a 2.52 ERA and a 99/32 K/BB ratio. He'll match up against the Braves at home next Wednesday.

Josh Beckett SP LAD 3 Days

Dodgers activated RHP Josh Beckett from the 15-day disabled list.

Beckett will return to the Dodgers' starting rotation on Tuesday night in Pittsburgh after sitting out for over two weeks with a hip injury. He still has a labrum tear and some cysts, but the veteran right-hander is going to try to pitch through the discomfort. Beckett boasts a 2.26 ERA, 1.03 WHIP, and 95/32 K/BB ratio in 103 2/3 innings this season.

Josh Beckett SP LAD 4 Days

Josh Beckett (hip) will be activated from the disabled list to start Tuesday against the Pirates.

That was the hope all along, but it's now official. Beckett is dealing with a labrum tear and two cysts in his hip, but he's feeling better after a cortisone injection and will attempt to pitch through it.

Josh Beckett SP LAD 6 Days

Josh Beckett admitted that he felt "better than expected" on Saturday after throwing off a mound for the first time since his cortisone injection.

His MRI revealed a small labrum tear in his hip, though it's believed to be something that he can pitch through. The team remains hopeful that Beckett will be cleared to rejoin the rotation against the Pirates on Tuesday.

Josh Beckett SP LAD 7 Days

Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said Friday that he remains hopeful that Josh Beckett (hip) will be able to rejoin the rotation on Tuesday in Pittsburgh.

Beckett has been sidelined since July 7 due to a left hip impingement. He has reported significant improvement in recent days, and barring any setbacks it looks as though he'll miss just one scheduled start.

Josh Beckett SP LAD 15 Days

Josh Beckett (hip) played catch from 90 feet Thursday.

It came just three days after he had a cortisone injection in his left hip. "Josh feels pretty good," Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said. "Played catch up to 90 feet, felt good. We're hopeful that this time will allow the injections and all of that to take hold, and we'll be able to strengthen areas that he needs to and just kind of feel better in general." The Dodgers are hoping the right-hander will only miss one start.

Josh Beckett SP LAD 17 Days

Dodgers placed RHP Josh Beckett on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to July 7, with a left hip impingement.

With the All-Star break coming up, Beckett might only have to miss one start. The Dodgers have called up right-hander Pedro Baez to take his spot on the active roster.

Josh Beckett SP LAD 19 Days

Adrian Gonzalez went 1-for-5 with three RBI in a win over the Rockies on Sunday.

Gonzalez' line on the whole isn't very impressive, but he delivered a bases-loaded single in the fifth that plated two and drove in another run with a groundout in the eighth. For having a relatively down year, the first baseman is still fourth in the NL with 56 RBI. Gonzalez will look to improve upon his .254/.319/.438 line in the season's second half.

Josh Beckett SP LAD 19 Days

Josh Beckett was pulled from Sunday's start against the Rockies after five innings after tweaking his hip while running the bases.

Beckett had twirled five shutout innings, allowing just three hits and three walks before being removed. It doesn't sound like the injury is serious, but fantasy owners should continue to monitor the situation before inserting him into weekly lineups.

Josh Beckett SP LAD 24 Days

Josh Beckett was bombed for five runs on six hits over five innings in a loss against the Indians on Tuesday.

Dodgers manager Don Mattingly confirmed Monday that Beckett has been dealing with minor hip soreness recently, and we might have seen a manifestation of that discomfort this evening. He came into tonight red-hot, as Beckett had gone 3-3 with a 1.34 ERA in seven starts since his no-hitter at Philadelphia on May 25, declining to allow any earned runs in four of those outings. Assuming he doesn't need a trip to the disabled list, Beckett (5-5, 2.46 ERA) travels to Colorado on Sunday. He's probably not worth the risk in standard daily mixed leagues.