Dodgers: LA Signs Former San Diego Padres Pitcher to Minor League Deal
The Dodgers added another major league arm on a minor league deal on Tuesday. According to MLB Trade Rumors, LA signed left-handed reliever Robbie Erlin.
Erlin broke onto the major league scene with the San Diego Padres in 2013. Erlin posted a 4.57 ERA in 106 games with the Padres. He was used as a starter in 38 of those appearances.
Dodgers, Robbie Erlin Agree To Minor League Deal https://t.co/5Y2viJQKy0 pic.twitter.com/L473nYGzmT
— MLB Trade Rumors (@mlbtraderumors) February 22, 2022
The lefty became a free agent after six seasons with the Padres. Pittsburgh signed him to a minor league deal prior to the 2020 season. He pitched in just two games with the Pirates before the Braves selected him off of waivers.
In addition to Erlin, the Dodgers have also signed Cole Duensing and Sam Gaviglio this offseason. All three pitchers have major league experience but were signed to minor league deals.
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