Dodgers trade for 2 consecutive days… Recruitment of bullpen Hernandez ‘Comeback in 3 Years’

The Dodgers said on the 14th (Korea Standard Time) that they received left-hander Jose Hernandez from Pittsburgh and made a cash-giving trade.

The Dodgers placed right-hander Ryan Brazier, who was on the injured list (IL) on the 60-day IL on the 15th due to a calf injury to register Hernandez on the 40-man list.

Hernandez is a left-handed bullpen pitcher. He signed a minor league contract with the Dodgers in 2016 as an international contractor, but failed to make a big league debut after going through the rookie league to Double A. Eventually, he was released by the Dodgers, and moved to Pittsburgh in 2022 after the Rule 5 draft.

Since his Major League debut in April last year with the Pittsburgh Pirates, he played in 50 ⅔, recording one win, three losses, five holds, and an ERA of 4.97 in 50 games. In seven games this season, he has one win, one loss, one save, and an ERA of 3.38 in five ⅓.

It is back to the Dodgers in three years since 2021. MLBTR said, “The Dodgers will have Hernandez play in Triple-A.” 사설 토토사이트

In the minor league this season, he pitched in seven games, marking one win and one loss, 3.38 ERA and 1.69 WHIP in five ⅓.

This is not the first time that the Dodgers has made a trade. It brought Cavan Biggio, a super utility man, to the Toronto Blue Jays the previous day. In return, he gave some cash to pitcher Brayden Fisher. Biggio started the game for two consecutive days and only had one hit in four times at bat.

Last month, he brought in another bullpen pitcher, Johan Ramirez. He gave cash to the New York Mets.

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