Veteran outfielder Kevin Pillar did not make the Dodgers in spring training, and was sent to minor league camp.
The Dodgers sent eight non-roster invitees to the minors on Monday, which nearly finalizes their 28-man active roster for opening day.
The Dodgers reassigned Jake Lamb to minor league camp on Sunday, though the veteran made a good impression with a strong spring training.
2022 non-roster invitees
Keeping track of minor league players in major league camp in Dodgers spring training at Camelback Ranch in Arizona.
The Dodgers made their first roster cuts of spring training.
The Dodgers added a few more players on minor league deals, signing Jake Lamb and Mike Wright as non-roster invitees to spring training.
Tomás Telis signed a minor league contract with the Dodgers in December. He gives Los Angeles major-league-ready catching depth likely to be stashed in Triple-A.
The Dodgers took three players in the 2021 Rule 5 Draft minor league portion, including Carson Fulmer and Jon Duplantier, who pitched in the majors in 2021.
The Dodgers have nearly finalized their opening day roster, with Dustin May named the fifth starter and David Price, Tony Gonsolin, and Jimmy Nelson in the bullpen. Utility man Zach McKinstry also made the team.