DENVER -- Disabled Dodgers relievers Hong-Chih Kuo and Kenley Jansen made impressive Minor League rehab appearances Thursday night.
Pitching for Class A Rancho Cucamonga against Visalia, Kuo allowed a leadoff double, then retired the side on a strikeout and two ground balls. It was his first game appearance since leaving the team on May 10 with anxiety disorder.
Pitching for Double-A Chattanooga against Mississippi, Jansen struck out all three batters he faced. It was Jansen's first appearance since being disabled with shoulder bursitis on May 29.