LOS ANGELES — The Dodgers are ready to unveil highly touted pitcher Julio Urias, calling him up to make his major league debut on Friday night in New York against the Mets.

The 19-year-old left-hander is 4-1 with a 1.10 ERA at Triple-A Oklahoma City, where he has a 27-inning scoreless streak and 44 strikeouts in 41 innings.

Urias will replace lefty Alex Wood, who was scratched with triceps soreness. Wood is expected to make his next start on Monday in Chicago against the first-place Cubs.

YANKEES: New York hopes Mark Texeira will miss only a few games.

Teixeira missed his second straight game Thursday with a neck problem, with Manager Joe Girardi expecting the first baseman to sit out at least two more but hoping he won’t need a DL stint.

Teixeira received cortisone shots in multiple places in his neck Thursday, a day after an MRI showed inflammation but no serious damage. He also got cortisone shots – but in fewer spots – two weeks earlier after he missed a pair of games because of the same issue.

The 36-year-old switch-hitter said he’s dealt with neck and upper back tightness throughout his career

ROYALS: Third baseman Mike Moustakas was put on the 15-day disabled list with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.

Such injuries usually sideline a player for a long period. Moustakas said he will seek a second opinion on the injury.

TWINS: Minnesota suspended pitching coach Neil Allen indefinitely with pay, following his arrest on suspicion of drunken driving.

BRAVES: Outfielder Hector Olivera was suspended through Aug. 1 for his arrest on domestic violence charges.

The suspension, announced by commissioner Rob Manfred, is without pay and covers 82 games, retroactive to April 30.

Olivera was arrested April 13 at a hotel outside Washington, D.C., charged with assault and battery of a woman and he was immediately placed on leave.