Dodgers Continue to Trim Roster, Send 2 Players to Minor League Camp
We are just a week away from opening day, and the Dodgers’ roster is starting to get finalized. We already know who’s going to be among the 13 positional players, and there’s about one or two more spots up for grabs in the bullpen. Also, it’s between Ryan Pepiot and Michael Grove for the No. 5 spot in the rotation until Tony Gonsolin can return.
So, with that being said, the Dodgers are going to continue to trim their roster over these next few days. And on Thursday, after their spring game, they did just that, sending down RHP Tyler Cyr and INF Devin Mann to minor league camp.
Neither player was very impressive this spring, and never really had a chance of making the opening day roster. Cyr appeared in seven games this spring, going 6.1 innings and sporting an ERA of 7.11. As for Mann, he hit .188 in 32 spring at-bats, with one home run and four RBIs.
Both players will head back down to the minors, where they’ll continue to provide depth for the organization. I wouldn’t expect to see either in the big leagues this season, but it’s possible they make an appearance later in the season if they impress at the minor league level.
The Dodgers will continue trimming their roster over the next few days. There are a few more position players that need to be sent down, and a battle of relievers that will have to get sorted out.
But the trimmed roster is good news for baseball fans, because that means the regular season is almost here.
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