Los Angeles Dodgers Roster
An extensive look at the 25-man and 40-man rosters for the Los Angeles Dodgers, including any and all transactions that affect the club. From the disabled list to options to signings and trades, we have all your Dodgers' roster news covered in great detail.
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The Dodgers signed veteran left-handed starting pitcher Andrew Heaney to a one-year, $8.5 million contract to kick off their offseason roster moves.
The Dodgers added prospects to the 40-man roster to protect them from being plucked away in the Rule 5 Draft.
Dodgers free agents Corey Seager and Chris Taylor declined the qualifying offer, which would net Los Angeles draft pick compensation should they sign elsewhere.
The Dodgers sent pitchers Scott Alexander and Jimmie Sherfy, and utility man Andy Burns, outright to the minors, removing them from the 40-man roster.
Eleven Dodgers are free agents on the day after the World Series, including the three longest-tenured players (Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen, Corey Seager), a Cy Young Award contender (Max Scherzer), an indispensable everyday utility man (Chris Taylor) and a future Hall of Famer (Albert Pujols).
The Dodgers roster has several high-profile free agents heading into the 2021-22 offseason, including Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen, Corey Seager, Max Scherzer, and Chris Taylor. Here’s a breakdown of the 40-man roster heading into the winter.
Los Angeles Dodgers roster for the 2021 National League Championship Series against the Atlanta Braves.
The Dodgers roster for the 2021 National League Division Series against the Giants includes 12 pitchers and 14 position players.
The Dodgers roster for the 2021 National League wild card game, which doesn’t include Max Muncy (dislocated elbow) or Walker Buehler (set to start NLDS Game 1), but does include Julio Urías available to pitch in relief if needed.