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League will make a second rehab appearance

LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers reliever Brandon League will make another rehab appearance on either Wednesday or Thursday, manager Don Mattingly said.

League, who has been on the 60-day disabled list since April 26 with a right-shoulder impingement, started and pitched one inning for Class A Advanced Rancho Cucamonga on Sunday. He allowed a hit and an unearned run and was tagged with the loss.

"He was good," Mattingly said. "Right now, it's not so much how they're doing but that they're doing it and bouncing back. So it sounds like he's bounced back."

According to a report from the outing, Mattingly said that League's velocity "touched 90" in the outing.

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Another injured reliever, Joel Peralta threw a bullpen session before Monday's game against Arizona. Peralta should be joining League on a rehab outing later this week.

Peralta was put on the disabled list on April 24 and is dealing with a strained neck.

League has yet to pitch at the Major League level this season, while Peralta has thrown 5 2/3 scoreless innings in seven appearances this year for the Dodgers.

Steve Bourbon is an associate reporter for MLB.com.
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