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Dodgers' Luke Williams: Signs MiLB deal
Williams signed a minor-league deal with the Dodgers on Friday.
Williams was claimed off waivers by the Dodgers earlier in the offseason and will now officially begin the 2023 season in Los Angeles' farm system. The 26-year-old utility man recorded a .883 OPS through 58 plate appearances in Triple-A last year.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Yusniel Diaz: Signs minor-league deal
Diaz agreed Friday to a minor league contract with the Dodgers with an invitation to spring training, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports.
Diaz returns to the organization that originally signed him out of Cuba, and he was one of the top names that was dealt for Manny Machado to the Orioles at the 2018 trade deadline. The outfielder has made just one plate appearance in his MLB career, and has registered a .261/.340/.410 slash line over the parts of six minor-league seasons. He's a longshot to make the roster, and is likely ticketed for Triple-A Oklahoma City.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' James Jones: Inks minor-league pact
Jones signed a minor-league contract Friday with the Dodgers that includes an invitation to major-league spring training, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
Jones hasn't appeared in a game at the MLB level since way back in 2015 with the Mariners, but maybe the Dodgers can work some magic here. The outfielder-turned-reliever posted a 4.24 ERA over 17 innings last season in the Rangers' minor league system.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Signs two-year extension
Gonsolin signed a two-year, $6.65 million contract with the Dodgers on Tuesday to avoid arbitration.
After turning in a dominant season in 2022 to the tune of a 2.14 ERA and 0.87 WHIP through 130.1 innings, Gonsolin earned himself a nice raise from his $720,000 salary last year. The 28-year-old starter will still have two years of arbitration eligibility after the 2024 season.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Matt Andriese: Lands deal with Dodgers
Andriese signed a minor-league contract with the Dodgers on Tuesday.
It's not clear whether he's been given an invitation to major-league spring training. Andriese spent 2022 in Japan with the Yomiuri Giants, posting a 2.86 ERA over 63 innings. The 33-year-old has the ability to start and relieve but has been used mostly out of the bullpen in recent years.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Miguel Vargas: Could start at second base
Dodgers GM Andrew Friedman said Sunday that Vargas could open 2023 as the club's primary second baseman, Jim Bowden of The Athletic reports.
The 23-year-old had a .455 OPS across 18 games in his first taste of big-league action in 2022, but he could be an Opening Day starter for Los Angeles this year following the offseason departures of Trea Turner and Justin Turner. Vargas is the organization's top prospect, and it appears he'll enter spring training with a leg up for playing time over veteran Miguel Rojas, who would fill an infield utility role after being acquired from the Marlins.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Dylan Covey: Gets minor-league deal with Dodgers
Covey signed a minor-league contract with the Dodgers on Friday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Covey last appeared in the majors in 2020, compiling a 7.07 ERA and 1.43 WHIP with 11 strikeouts over 14 innings in eight games for the Red Sox. Considering those numbers were an upgrade over his prior season with the White Sox, the right-hander is very unlikely to see much action in the big leagues in 2023.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Wander Suero: Receives deal from Dodgers
Suero signed a minor-league contract with the Dodgers on Tuesday.
Suero spent last season at Triple-A Salt Lake in the Angels organization, posting an ugly 6.08 ERA across 20 appearances. The 31-year-old has extensive major-league experience with the Nationals but hasn't had any success in the big leagues since 2020.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Jordan Yamamoto: Lands deal with Dodgers
Yamamoto signed a minor-league contract with the Dodgers on Tuesday.
It's not clear whether Yamamoto has been given an invitation to major-league spring training. The 26-year-old spent all of 2022 in the minor leagues with the Mets, with his most extensive action coming at Double-A Binghamton where he posted a 4.55 ERA over 31.2 innings.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Tyler Cyr: Signs minor-league deal
Cyr signed a minor-league contract with the Dodgers on Saturday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
Cyr made 12 relief appearances last season for the Phillies and Athletics, posting a 2.70 ERA in his first taste of the big leagues at age 29. It's not much of a track record, and Cyr won't be anything more than a non-roster invitee this spring, but he'll have a chance to earn a roster spot if he proves his strong debut was no fluke.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Joendry Vargas: Deal official
Vargas signed with the Dodgers on Sunday for an undisclosed amount, Jesse Sanchez of MLB.com reports.
A 6-foot-3, 170-pound shortstop from the Dominican Republic, Vargas could develop above-average power, but as with most international signees, his hit tool will make or break the profile. For instance, Vargas generates less excitement from scouts than Wilman Diaz did when he signed with the Dodgers a couple years ago, and Diaz is now widely available in dynasty leagues since he hasn't hit much against pro pitching.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Evan Phillips: Avoids arbitration
Phillips signed a one-year, $1.3 million contract with the Dodgers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Phillips was simply dominant in 2022, recording a minuscule 1.14 ERA and 0.76 WHIP through 63 innings out of the bullpen. Though recreating those numbers will be almost impossible for the 28-year-old righty, Phillips will certainly see plenty of action in high-leverage situations next season.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Brusdar Graterol: Inks one-year deal
Graterol signed a one-year, $1.225 million contract with the Dodgers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Graterol put together a very nice season in 2022 with a 3.26 ERA and 0.99 WHIP through 49.2 frames. However, injuries to his shoulder and elbow kept him out for nearly two months. The 24-year-old reliever has the stuff and the numbers to justify a potential move into a closer or primary setup role if he can stay healthy.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Yency Almonte: Settles at $1.5 million
Almonte signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Dodgers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
Despite missing roughly two months of the season with an elbow injury, Almonte still put together an outstanding 2022 campaign, allowing just four earned runs over 35.1 frames. Of course, numbers as good as his will be nearly impossible to replicate in 2023, but if he can stay close to the level he was at last year, he may establish himself as one of the premier pieces of the Dodgers' bullpen.... See More ... See Less
Dodgers' Julio Urias: Gets big raise for 2023
Urias agreed to a one-year, $14.25 million contract with the Dodgers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports.
Urias made $8 million in 2022 and will receive a substantial raise in his final season of arbitration eligibility. The 26-year-old lefty had a 2.16 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 166:41 K:BB over 175 innings last season.... See More ... See Less
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