Andrew Toles is likely out for the rest of the year after ACL surgery.
The Los Angeles Dodgers will likely be without outfielder Andrew Toles for the remainder of the season as he will undergo surgery for a torn ACL in his right knee, according to Ken Gurnick of MLB.com.
Toles suffered the injury in the seventh inning of Tuesday night's game when the Dodgers left fielder chased a ground-rule double by Pirates star Andrew McCutchen.
Toles was hitting .271 with five home runs and three doubles in 102 plate appearances this season.
Enrique Hernandez replaced Toles on Tuesday night but the Dodgers could use Scott Van Slyke in the outfield as Toles' replacement.