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Dodgers: SF Giants Sign Former LA Farmhand to Minor League Deal

According to the San Francisco Giants’ team transactions page on MLB.com, the hated ones to the north came to an agreement on a minor league deal with a former Dodgers’ minor league pitcher. Right-hander Bryan Brickhouse spent the 2021 season at double-A Tulsa, going 1-3 with a 3.45 ERA in 19 games, 10 of which were starts.

The 29-year-old signed with the Dodgers after spending time in the Independent League in 2020. 

A former third round draft pick by the Royals in 2011, Brickhouse has yet to make his major league debut. In 7 minor league seasons, he’s posted a 12-17 win/loss record with a 4.35 ERA over 292 innings pitched. He was with Kansas City from 2012-2019, missing parts of the 2013-2014 seasons recovering from Tommy John surgery. He missed the 2016 and 2017 seasons entirely while dealing with complications from the elbow surgery.

Kudos to Brickhouse for never giving up.

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