The Dodgers added to their outfield depth on Monday morning by signing a speedy right-handed hitter. Los Angeles added Terrance Gore on a minor league deal with an invite to Major League spring training camp.
Dodgers signed OF Terrance Gore to Minor League deal with invite.
— Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) February 17, 2020
Gore’s numbers do not jump out, and he likely will not make a huge impact this year. In six years of big-league action, he has hit 224 and stole 40 bases in very limited action. Gore has only played in 100 games with 77 plate appearances for the Royals and Cubs.
In 2019, Gore hit miserably at the Triple-A level for the Yankees affiliate Scranton. He slashed a combined .164/.324/.255 and stole 3 bases in 21 games.
If anything, Gore represents a potential pinch-run threat for the Dodgers with an average glove.