PHOENIX -- Spring training has started in both Arizona and Florida, so it's time for our annual look through each camp in the Cactus and Grapefruit Leagues to see former Dodgers with other teams as non-roster invitees.
MLB hasn't yet put out an official list of camp rosters, so I may be missing a few, but for now here are the old friends in new places:
Angels: Nick Buss, Javy Guerra
Athletics: Daniel Coulombe, Eric Surkamp
Brewers: Chris Capuano
Cubs: Tim Federowicz, Stephen Fife, Shane Victorino
Diamondbacks: Scott Rice, Kyle Jensen
Mariners: Mike Baxter, Joel Peralta
Padres: Skip Schumaker, Jose Dominguez
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Reds: Matt Magill
Noel Cuevas doesn't technically count since he was never on the Dodgers' 40-man roster, nor did I cover him in spring training, but the former Dodgers outfielder was traded for Juan Nicasio last offseason and is in Rockies camp this spring.
Royals: David Huff
White Sox: Josh Wall, Jimmy Rollins
Blue Jays: David Aardsma, Brad Penny
Braves: Ryan Lavarnway
Deck McGuire and Jeremy Hazelbaker don't technically count, but both played for Double-A Tulsa in 2015.
Marlins: Dustin McGowan
Mets: Buddy Carlyle, Roger Bernadina
Nationals: Bronson Arroyo, Chris Heisey, Reed Johnson
Phillies: Ryan Jackson
The Dodgers acquired pitcher Zack Eflin from San Diego in the Matt Kemp trade, then flipped him to the Phillies one day later for Rollins. Eflin was never on the 40-man roster so doesn't count as an old friend, though he is in Phillies camp.
Rays: Dana Eveland
Red Sox: Carlos Marmol, Ali Solis
Tigers: Preston Guilmet