A PRP injection is reportedly in the works for Dustin May.

Dustin May, starting pitcher for the Dodgers, left Wednesday's start after one inning due to right elbow soreness and will be placed on the disabled list later on Thursday. 

The flexor pronator muscle in his right shoulder is strained.The delay for May is anticipated to be at least a month long. 

More, including postgame response, is available from Los Angeles Times reporter Mike DiGiovanna.According to Baseball Prospectus's injury log,

four different pitchers have dealt with flexor pronator strains over the course of the past two years. 65 games were missed by Luke Weaver in 2022, 

80 by Hunter Harvey, and 45 by Art Warren. Jake Odorizzi was out for 34 games in 2021 because to this issue.

After May's injury, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told SportsNet LA that the team will recall reliever Justin Bruihl, 

who had been optioned the previous day despite having pitched the previous three days. Roberts hinted at the possibility of making another move to acquire a pitcher.

Mookie Betts, who played shortstop in the minors for the first time ten years ago, has appeared in seven games this season, starting five of them.