Jonathan Broxton has run out time.

Now what happens to the big right-hander?

In a shock to absolutely no one, Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly on Monday said Broxton would not pitch again this season.

"It just doesn't seem like he's advanced far enough," Mattingly said. "He hasn't thrown off a mound, and that's going to take awhile once you get to that."

Broxton hasn't pitched since May 3, when he finally admitted his right elbow was bothering him. He was diagnosed with a bruised elbow. He was scheduled to go out on a rehab assignment in mid-June but he suffered a setback.

The Dodgers were still hoping Broxton could at least get healthy enough to pitch the final two weeks of the season, but now have given up on that. He threw off a mound for the first time since June on Monday.