Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said that Hyun-Jin Ryu might start the game on normal rest Wednesday in case Beckett can’t pitch.“I think we have to leave him as a possibility,” Mattingly said. “He’d be healthy for it.”Other than a lousy first inning in which he allowed three runs — and his miscue in the field — Beckett was encouraged by his rehab start. He said his fastball read 92-94 mph on the radar gun in the 75-pitch outing.“I felt like I had good power stuff,” he said. “The changeup was good. The cutter was suspect. It was all and all pretty good. The first inning I was all over the place. After that I settled down.”Mondesi returns Josh Beckett is on track to make his 2014 debut Wednesday against the Detroit Tigers after throwing a normal bullpen session Sunday at Dodger Stadium.The veteran right-hander has been on the 15-day disabled list with a right thumb contusion since the season began. The thumb wasn’t an issue when Beckett pitched a minor-league rehab game Friday for Single-A Rancho Cucamonga, but he aggravated something in his right calf/ankle area fielding a bunt attempt after his final pitch.“I had some swelling in my ankle. My calf was barking a little bit too,” Beckett said Sunday. “We kind of ruled that out. The calf got better with some treatment yesterday, some ice last night. … The ankle feels perfect.”Beckett threw for about 15 minutes with head athletic trainer Stan Conte watching. He described the session as “pretty normal.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Former Dodgers outfielder Raul Mondesi said he hadn’t been to Los Angeles for four years prior to Sunday, but might need to come back sooner.Mondesi is nearly four years into a six-year term as mayor of San Cristobal, his home town of 275,000 people on the south coast of the Dominican Republic. In addition to throwing out the ceremonial first pitch, Mondesi organized a clothing drive outside Dodger Stadium to benefit the people of San Cristobal.“I hope (the fans) bring a lot of clothes,” he said. “There are a lot of poor people back home. I’ll try to do this. I’ll probably go back to Toronto next month, try to do the same. It’s tough back home. We don’t have ambulances. A lot of people die because of that.” Mondesi said he would return for an encore if Sunday’s clothes drive went well.The 43-year-old Mondesi entered into politics after he retired with the Atlanta Braves in 2005. He played for the Dodgers from 1993-99, winning the National League Rookie of the Year award in 1994. Could he have imagined being mayor of his hometown when his baseball career began?“No,” Mondesi said. “It feels like a dream to me.”Minor tradeIn a move designed to add depth to their left-handed relief corps, the Dodgers acquired left-hander Colt Hynes from the Cleveland Indians for minor-league pitcher Duke von Schamann on Sunday.Hynes, 28, was assigned to Triple-A Albuquerque. To make room for Hynes on the 40-man roster, outfielder Mike Baxter was designated for assignment.Baxter appeared in parts of four games with the Dodgers, going 0 for 7 with a walk, before being optioned to Albuquerque to make room for Matt Kemp on the active roster.Hynes appeared in 38 games last season for Triple-A Tucson last year, a San Diego Padres affiliate, all in relief. He posted a 1.82 earned-run average and struck out 42 in 35 innings. In 22 major-league appearances with the Padres, he allowed 17 runs in 17 innings; lefties batted .156 off him (5 for 32) while righties batted .476 (20 for 42).The Padres traded Hynes to Cleveland for cash last October. In six Cactus League appearances with the Indians, Hynes allowed seven runs in five innings, walking three and striking out five.Hynes adds depth to a depleted Dodgers relief corps. Mattingly said that left-handed relievers Scott Elbert and Onelki Garcia haven’t had any setbacks as they attempt to return from elbow surgeries. However, both pitchers began the season on the 60-day disabled list and can’t be activated before May 19. Hynes gives the Dodgers an immediate option in case of an injury to J.P. Howell or Paco Rodriguez, the only left-handed relievers on the active roster.AlsoPitcher Chad Billingsley faced six batters in a rehab start for Rancho Cucamonga on Sunday before, according to multiple reports, he was removed complaining of pain in his right elbow. Billingsley was scheduled to throw two innings in his first rehabilitation start since undergoing Tommy John surgery on the elbow last April.Billingsley allowed two runs (one earned), with one walk and one strikeout.