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Dodgers send James Ramsey outright to Triple-A Oklahoma City

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James Ramsey hit .222/.285/.429 in 38 games with Triple-A Oklahoma City this season.
James Ramsey hit .222/.285/.429 in 38 games with Triple-A Oklahoma City this season.
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LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers outfielder James Ramsey cleared waivers and was sent outright to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Saturday, the team announced.

Ramsey was designated for assignment on May 28 to make room on the 40-man roster for relief pitcher Casey Fien.

The Dodgers acquired Ramsey, 26, along with utility man Zach Walters from the Indians for cash considerations on April 10. The left-handed hitting Ramsey hit .222/.285/.429 with five home runs, five doubles, three triples and four stolen bases in 38 games for Oklahoma City.

Ramsey started 15 games in left field, 10 games in right field and six more in center field for Oklahoma City.

In other Oklahoma City roster moves on Saturday, pitcher Matt West was activated from the disabled list after being out with a minor back injury since May 25. Sam LeCure was placed on the seven-day DL, retroactive to Thursday, and relief pitcher Joe Thatcher was released.