Beachy sharp in rehab outing for Oklahoma City

Beachy sharp in rehab outing for Oklahoma City

PHOENIX -- Brandon Beachy had another successful injury rehab start Wednesday night for Triple-A Oklahoma City, allowing one run on six hits in five innings while making 80 pitches.

Beachy is recovering from a second Tommy John elbow reconstruction and could provide the Major League club with a starting alternative after the All-Star break. This was his fourth rehab start.

Meanwhile, manager Don Mattingly said reliever Brandon League (right-shoulder impingement) will meet the club in Los Angeles. His 30-day rehab expires Tuesday and the Dodgers must make a move with him.

Carl Crawford (torn oblique) was hit by a pitch on his his left ankle and removed from the game Wednesday night as he continues his injury rehab with Rancho Cucamonga. He had tripled in his first at-bat.

Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.