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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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Updated Dodgers 40-man roster

A full list of every Dodgers transaction from the end of the 2022 World Series through the start of 2023 spring training.

Dodgers release Trevor Bauer

Trevor Bauer was released by the Dodgers, six days after the formerly suspended pitcher was designated for assignment by the team.

Dodgers opt for experience in trading for Miguel Rojas

The Dodgers made a shortstop trade, opting for major league experience by acquiring Miguel Rojas from the Marlins in exchange for Jake Amaya.

Dodgers designate Trevor Bauer for assignment

The Dodgers designated Trevor Bauer on his assignment on the day they needed to make a decision on whether to add him back to the 40-man roster.

Jake Reed sent outright to Triple-A

Dodgers pitcher Jake Reed cleared waivers and was sent outright to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday.

Dodgers DFA Jake Reed

The Dodgers needed 40-man roster room for new signess J.D. Martinez, so they designated pitcher Jake Reed for assignment.

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Noah Syndergaard signs for 1-year, $13 million with LA

The Dodgers added veteran right-handed pitcher Noah Syndergaard to the starting rotation, signing the 30-year-old to a one-year contract with $13 million.

Adam Kolarek rejoins Dodgers on minors deal

The Dodgers signed left-handed pitcher Adam Kolarek to a minor league contract, reuniting the pitcher with the team for whom he pitched in 2019 and 2020.

Dodgers trade for infielder Yonny Hernández

The Dodgers traded for Yonny Hernández, acquiring the infielder from the Oakland A’s for cash. Hernández played second base, third base, and shortstop in the minors and played parts of 2021-22 in the majors with the Rangers and Diamondbacks.

Dodgers acquire Feyereisen from Rays

The Dodgers acquired relief pitcher J.P. Feyereisen from the Rays, though the right-hander is coming off shoulder surgery and isn’t expected to pitch until after the All-Star break in 2023.

Dodgers add Jason Heyward to outfield mix

The Dodgers signed outfielder Jason Heyward to a minor league contract with a non-roster invitation to spring training, hoping he will rebound after a pair of injury-plagued seasons with the Cubs.

Kershaw back for one year, $20 million

The Dodgers finalized their one-year contract with Clayton Kershaw for 2023.

Dodgers finalize 1-year deal with Shelby Miller

The Dodgers signed veteran right-handed pitcher Shelby Miller to a one-year, $1.5-million contract, adding him to the bullpen mix for 2023.

Cody Bellinger non-tendered by Dodgers

The Dodgers did not tender a contract to Cody Bellinger before Friday’s deadline, making the former MVP and Rookie of the Year winner a free agent.

Dodgers non-tender Edwin Ríos & Luke Williams, too

The Dodgers did not tender 2023 contracts to Edwin Ríos and Luke Williams, making them free agents.

Jake Reed, no stranger to waivers, is back with the Dodgers

The Dodgers claimed reliever Jake Reed off waivers from the Red Sox, a return for Reed, who pitched in parts of the 2021 and 2022 seasons with Los Angeles.

Tyler Anderson now an Angel

Pitcher Tyler Anderson declined the qualifying offer from the Dodgers, and instead signed a multi-year contract with the Angels.

Cartaya, Busch, Pages, DeLuca added to 40-man roster

The Dodgers on Tuesday set their 40-man roster, including adding several prospects to prevent them from being selected in the Rule 5 Draft. Diego Cartaya, Michael Busch, Andy Pages, and Jonny DeLuca got the call.

Turner declines qualifying offer, as expected

Shortstop Trea Turner rejected the one-year, $19.65-million qualifying offer from the Dodgers, which means if the free agent signs elsewhere Los Angeles would receive draft pick compensation.

Dodgers decline Justin Turner’s 2023 option

The Dodgers declined the $16-million club option for 2023 on third baseman Justin Turner, who will instead earn a $2-million buyout. Turner is now a free agent.

Qualifying offers for Turner & Anderson, not Kershaw

The Dodgers extended qualifying offers to free agents Trea Turner and Tyler Anderson, but not Clayton Kershaw.

Dodgers decline Danny Duffy’s 2023 option

The Dodgers declined the $7-million 2023 club option for left-handed pitcher Danny Duffy, who hasn’t pitched in the majors since July 2021.

Dodgers decline 2023 options on Alberto, Nelson

The Dodgers declined the 2023 options of utility man Hanser Alberto and pitcher Jimmy Nelson, making both a free agent.

Dodgers claim Luke Williams off waivers from Marlins

The Dodgers claimed utility player Luke Williams off waivers from the Marlins on Tuesday, and now have 37 players on the 40-man roster.

Dodgers 40-man roster to start the offseason

The Los Angels Dodgers 40-man roster at the beginning of the 2022-23 offseason.

Dodgers 2022 offseason roster breakdown

A detailed breakdown of the Dodgers roster heading into the 2022 offseason, including free agents, team options, players eligible for salary arbitration, major league service time, key dates, and more.

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Every Dodgers roster move during the 2022 season

Every Dodgers transaction during the 2022 season, and an updated 40-man roster.

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Dodgers 2022 injured list tracker

Every Dodgers injured list stints during the 2022 season, with details on every single transaction.

Dodgers NLDS roster: Taylor, May, Treinen, Vargas on; Kimbrel, Alberto off

The Dodgers roster for the National League Division Series includes 13 pitchers and 13 position players.

Dodgers 2022 option counter

Every minor league option used by the Dodgers during the 2022 season, beginning May 2. Tracking each player’s options used, with a limit of five for any one player.

Tony Gonsolin is back after missing 6 weeks

The Dodgers activated Tony Gonsolin off the injured list after missing six weeks, giving him one last regular season start to get ready for the playoffs.

Andre Jackson returns, Michael Grove lands on IL

The Dodgers placed Michael Grove on the injured list with a left knee contusion after getting hit by a batted ball. Andre Jackson was recalled.

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