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Dodgers Agree to Terms with Former All-Star Reliever

The Dodgers continue to stock up on reliever cast-offs to help with their bullpen depth. Their latest addition is re-signing right-handed reliever Shane Greene according to MLB Network’s Jon Heyman.

Last season, Greene appeared in nine games for the Dodgers and put up a 4.05 ERA in 6.2 IP. He was released on September 26th. The Athletic’s Fabian Ardaya reports that Greene is a non-roster invitee (NRI) to Dodgers spring training.

The former Detroit Tigers closer and 2019 AL All-Star is only 33-year-old so a return to prominence is not completely out of the question.

He joins relievers Yency Almonte, Daniel Zamora, and a slew of other arms as pitchers who have signed minor league deals with the Dodgers this offseason. 

The Dodgers should have more than a few options for short-term, plug-in relievers throughout the season.

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  1. This is one thing Freidman is so good at, creating depth. Some other GM’s focus on the 26 man roster but Freidman knows it takes the whole 40 man roster.

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