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Rocky Gale, Terrance Gore among Dodgers minor league free agents

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Most of the focus this winter will be on the major league free agents, and rightfully so, as those are the names we know. But the offseason is rich with minor league free agents as well, players who didn’t end their 2020 seasons on a 40-man roster.

At Baseball America, Chris Hilburn-Trenkle reported the initial list of 422 minor league free agents now that the season is over, not that there was a minor league season to begin with in this pandemic-infested year.

Terrance Gore is the only one of the group of 13 Dodgers minor league free agents to play in the majors this season, having played in two games during the regular season and was included on the club’s postseason roster for two rounds.

Catcher Rocky Gale played in the majors for parts of the 2018 and 2019 season, and was instrumental in helping develop pitchers at the alternate training site at USC during this year, and he was with the club in Arlington, Texas as part of the Dodgers postseason player pool, though he was not active during any rounds.

Other Dodgers minor league free agents who were non-roster invitees to regular spring training this year include outfielder Anthony Garcia, pitchers Edubray Ramos, Reymin Guduan, Kyle Lobstein, and Zach McAllister, as well as utility man Connor Joe, who didn’t play after having surgery for testicular cancer in March.

Other Dodgers minor league free agents, per Baseball America, include Matt Lipka, Gersel Pitre, Luis Vasquez, Anthony Vizcaya, and Jared Walker.


Source: MLB Productions