Scott Kazmir left his exhibition start on Monday, possibly putting the pitching depth of the Los Angeles Dodgers in question.
Kazmir was knocked out with a sore left hip. He left after throwing just one pitch against the Colorado Rockies in the second inning.
"It was during [pregame] warm-ups where everything started tightening up on me, pretty much every part of the hip," Kazmir said. "I couldn't fire my back hip, my back leg and there was no power or direction. That's a tough way to pitch."
Kazmir will be evaluated on Tuesday morning.
The Dodgers signed him to a three-year, $48 million deal before last season.