Scott Van Slyke is day-to-day after leaving Sunday's game with a leg injury.
Van Slyke fouled a pitch off his left leg and had to be removed from the game. The injury isn't considered serious and the Dodgers expect him to available for the start of Monday's three-game series with the Brewers.
Dodgers activated 2B Mark Ellis from the 15-day disabled list.
Ellis had been scheduled to remain on his rehab assignment through the weekend, but the Dodgers decided to bring him back early since Luis Cruz (elbow) is banged up. The second baseman is hitting second on Sunday afternoon against the Braves' Mike Minor.
Mark Ellis (quad) could be activated prior to Sunday's game.
He was scheduled to remain on his rehab assignment through the weekend, but Luis Cruz is dealing with an elbow issue, so the Dodgers need some infield depth. Ellis was batting .342/.363/.452 with a pair of homers before landing on the disabled list.
Chris Capuano limited the Braves to one earned run over 7 1/3 innings Saturday in a no-decision.
And that one run scored via a two-run homer that Evan Gattis hit off Kenley Jansen in the bottom of the eighth inning. Capuano was fantastic, yielding five hits and no walks while striking out five. He has been excellent in his last two outings and can be trusted again in deeper mixed fantasy leagues (though maybe not for his next start). Capuano will face the red-hot Cardinals on Friday.