Veteran Dodgers lefty Clayton Kershaw will not start Friday's game against the Phillies as he heads to IL with a right hip/lower back injury.Clayton Kershaw Injury UpdateThe 34-year-old is reportedly dealing with inflammation in his right SI joint, located where the lower back meets the pelvis.He will hit the 15-day IL and the Dodgers are reportedly optimistic that is all he will need before returning.The Pro Baseball Docs share that optimism, but think the Dodgers may be cautious in easing him back into the rotation. Either way, his recovery will be much closer to 15 days than 60 days. Kershaw's season ended prematurely last year because of left elbow inflammation. The southpaw was off to a blistering start to the season, racking up a 4-0 record with a 1.80 ERA and 32 strikeouts over 30 innings.Injury Impact on DodgersWalker Buehler will move up a day and start tonight against the Phillies. Garrett Cleavinger was called up to take Kershaw's roster spot, but it remains unclear who will take his spot in the rotation.Dustin May is still out recovering from his Tommy John surgery, but the Dodgers have plenty of bullpen arms to turn to in the meantime.Dodgers World Series OddsLos Angeles, 20-10, is at -260 to win the NL West and has the best odds to win the World Series at +430, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.