SI.com "Dodgers pitcher Hyun-jin Ryu will have left arthroscopic shoulder surgery that could potentially end his 2015 season, the team announced Wednesday. The Dodgers have not determined a timetable for Ryu's return, but a Yahoo report Wednesday noted the conventional wisdom surrounding Ryu's..." May 21
Welp, there it is. Hyun-jin Ryu will have arthroscopic surgery tomorrow in LA
Source: Dodgers LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu considering surgery on shoulder. Korean report says happening this week. Source says still not determined.
Hyun-Jin Ryu (left shoulder impingement) is probably at least one month away from returning to #Dodgers active roster.
CBS Sports Fantasy News "After meeting with Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles for futher evaluation, no structural damage was found in Dodgers starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu's injured shoulder, according to CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. Ryu has been prescribed rest for a few weeks, which means he will..." March 24
Ryu sent to LA for medical evaluation
Los Angeles Times "With the injured left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu ruled out for opening day, would the Dodgers look to trade for another starting pitcher? Yes, if they can add an arm for the back of their rotation. No, Cole Hamels is not walking through that door. The Dodgers sent Ryu to Los Angeles for medical..." March 23
Hardball Talk "We’ve entered the portion of spring training where all that can really happen is dudes getting hurt. The latest: Hyun-Jin Ryu. Who the Dodgers just announced will be shut down with inflammation in his shoulder. Ryu’s last outing was noticeable for his markedly decreased velocity, after which he..." March 20
Greinke throws BP Friday, Ryu Saturday. And they each will start five days later.
Don Mattingly says Hyun-Jin Ryu is good to go to start Game 3.
Ryu said he thinks he will be back for playoffs.
Sounds like it will be unlikely for Ryu to start again in regular season, with less than two weeks remaining.
L.A. Daily News "Bill DeLury is the second-longest tenured employee in Dodgers history. He began working in the Brooklyn Dodgers’ mail room on Sept. 1, 1950. Now the team’s “Advisor, team travel,” he estimates that he’s seen 10 no-hitters in person. Josh Beckett’s on Sunday in Philadelphia was the..." May 27
Hyun-jin Ryu pitched off flat ground today. He'll pitch off a mound on Tuesday
CBSSports.com "Following a visit to Dr. Neal ElAttrache today, Dodgers left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu will begin a throwing program on Tuesday, the team announced. He is currently on the disabled list with shoulder inflammation. Ryu, 27, is pain-free and ElAttrache felt an MRI exam was not necessary. He had a..." May 06
#Dodgers Hyun-Jin Ryu has left the team and is flying back to LA today. Will have his sore shoulder examined by Dr. Neal ElAttrache on Mon.
With Ryu going on the DL, the Dodgers now need a starter for Sunday.
Los Angeles Times "Next time Hyun-Jin Ryu starts at home, disguise Dodger Stadium. Put a giant Coke bottle beyond left field. Add a pool in center. Slap Petco Park signs in the dugout or something. Anything to make Ryu believe he’s pitching on the road, where currently he is invincible. Ryu was at it again..." April 18
Hyun-jin Ryu will see doctor today for toenail. Will see when he can throw next. Will affect freeway series rotation
Los Angeles Times "Truth is the Dodgers could not be certain what to expect when Hyun-Jin Ryu took the mound to start Game 3. Not after his disastrous previous outing in the playoffs and then there was the concern he was hiding an injury. They just knew they needed a strong start from Ryu to keep the Dodgers from..." October 15
Los Angeles Times "Can you play out the string when you’re up against your historic rival? Looked that way Tuesday the Dodgers and San Francisco Giants hooking up in the final week of the season and not appearing all that inspired. The Dodgers still with home-field advantage to pursue for the postseason at..." September 25
Greinke will pitch Sunday in SD following Kershaw. Ryu gets extra rest will start Tuesday in SF
Ryu has a middle back stiffness after last start.
Miami Herald "Hyun-Jin Ryu started the season with two goals: to win 10 games and be named the National League rookie of the year. Ryu reached the first of those goals Friday as he improved to 10-3 in the Dodgers' 6-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field. Ryu gave up 11 hits over 51/3 innings but..." August 03
Hardball Talk "After being scratched from his scheduled start on Sunday due to a sore left foot, Hyun-Jin Ryu has been cleared to start tomorrow night against the Braves. Ryu injured the foot when he kicked a comebacker during his two-hit shutout against the Angels on May 28, but he managed to avoid a stint..." June 07
Chris Capuano having an MRI today. If it goes well, he'll start Saturday. Hyun-jin Ryu in line for Friday start
Matt Magill has a locker, so he's starting today in place of Ryu.No move on Puig.
L.A. Daily News "If superstardom is an invitation-only club, Hyun-Jin Ryu is in. The Dodgers' rookie left-hander is already famous in his native Korea. The presence of more than a dozen Korean-language reporters after each of his games confirms as much. Ryu took a big step toward international transcendence..." May 29
Los Angeles Times "And welcome to American baseball. Hyun-Jin Ryu had himself something of mixed start in his major league debut Tuesday night, except in the sixth inning when he batted. There was nothing mixed about the reception from the Dodger Stadium crowd when he bounced out softly to third and proceeded..." April 03
MLB.com "The Dodgers have eight starting pitchers in camp and might need to keep all of them. Zack Greinke has had something going on in the back of his elbow and might miss another start on Monday. Chad Billingsley has something going on with his right groin. Ted Lilly is coming off shoulder surgery..." March 11
Orange County Register "As the least-established, most-unknown quantity in the Dodgers' eight-man scrum of starting pitchers jockeying for the five available seats this spring, Hyun-Jin Ryu has all the certainty he needs. Asked Wednesday if he was worried about having a spot in the rotation when the season started, Ryu..." March 08
True Blue L.A. "There is a delicate balance of confidence versus trepidation with the Dodgers and Hyun-jin Ryu. On one hand, the franchise invested nearly $62 million over six seasons in the left-hander. But there is also the relative unknown that other than video the Dodgers coaching staff simply haven't seen..." March 06
True Blue L.A. "The Dodgers look for their first run and first win of spring training on Sunday, but the focus at the start of their game against the White Sox will be on run prevention. Both Zack Greinke and Hyun-jin Ryu will make their Dodgers debuts against Chicago. Greinke is scheduled to pitch two..." February 24
True Blue L.A. "Zack Greinke and Hyun-jin Ryu each made their Dodgers debut on Sunday, and combined for three scoreless innings as the Dodgers tied the White Sox 2-2 at Camelback Ranch. Greinke struck out two in his two innings of work, and allowed just one hit. Ryu was sharp in his one inning as well, with..." February 24
Orange County Register "It's a good thing Korean left-hander Hyun-jin Ryu knows just who Sandy Koufax is. Otherwise, he might have wondered who the old guy trying to change his curveball grip was. Koufax, in Dodgers camp as a guest instructor for 10 days this spring, took Ryu aside after his throwing session Tuesday and..." February 20
L.A. Daily News "If you're into circus metaphors, Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu is full of them. He is juggling delicate objects: media obligations, clubhouse etiquette, a new language and a new culture. He is walking a tightrope: If he gets too confident in his past success, Ryu risks falling; if he gets too..." February 20
True Blue L.A. "The second day of live batting practice took place Tuesday at Camelback Ranch, which included Zack Greinke and Hyun-jin Ryu among the pitchers. The highlight was Ryu, who threw roughly the equivalent of two innings and received instruction from Dodgers legend Sandy Koufax after the session. Ryu..." February 19
MLB.com "Hyun-Jin Ryu was the best pitcher in Korea, so it wasn't normal for anybody to tell him how to grip and release a curve ball. But Sandy Koufax isn't just anybody, and Ryu didn't seem to mind a bit when it happened on Tuesday. "I always want to learn from the best, especially what Sandy..." February 19
Orange County Register "The cameras were lined up and clicking away as the Dodgers' $147 million pitcher threw for the first time in his new uniform Thursday. But the cameras weren't pointed at free-agent acquisition Zack Greinke as he threw his first bullpen session during the Dodgers' workout. Approximately 20..." February 15