Roberts said that “three or four” NLDS roster spots are still to be determined, independent of anything the Washington Nationals might or might not do with their 25-man roster. The best-of-five division series begins Friday in Washington D.C.The number of position players and pitchers on the roster are still to be determined too, Roberts said. In any event, Ethier is one of the 25 for the fourth straight year.“The leg feels good,” Roberts said. “With the value that he can give us off the bench late in the game against a quality relief pitcher, I like it.”Down timeWith four days off before Game 1, the Dodgers will keep busy after a day off Monday. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error SAN FRANCISCO >> Andre Ethier will be a reserve on the Dodgers’ National League Division Series roster, manager Dave Roberts said Sunday. After breaking his leg in spring training, Ethier didn’t make his regular-season debut until Game 141. The 34-year-old outfielder entered Game 162 having collected only four hits in 23 at-bats, but he’s 3 for 10 as a pinch hitter with one home run, a walk and two runs batted in. “I told him from the very beginning that I don’t care how many hits he gets,” Roberts said, “I just want him to have the at-bat quality that I’ve seen over the course of his 10-year major league career, and I’ve seen that.” Ethier will join left-handed hitters Andrew Toles, Josh Reddick and Joc Pederson, and right-handed hitters Yasiel Puig and Howie Kendrick in the Dodgers’ outfield rotation. He’s made four appearances in left field this season after spending the majority of his career in right. “There will be an intrasquad game, but there might be some simulated (at-bats) with bullpen guys pitching against some of our guys,” Roberts said. “It’s more of a personal (choice). A guy in the ‘pen wants some work and wants competition against a major league hitter, and if our guy conversely wants to hit against a pitcher to stay sharp, we’ll do that.”Roberts said the Dodgers will work out later in the day Tuesday in Los Angeles before flying to D.C. for a late Wednesday workout.