Pitcher Cole Hamels signed a contract with the Dodgers on Wednesday, as per the Los Angeles Times’ Mike DiGiovanna.
Wanting to get back to a Major League mound for the first time this year, Hamels will answer to the Dodgers’ team complex in Arizona to “build up arm strength” prior to joining the MLB club, as per DiGiovanna. The guarantee on Hamels’ arrangement is $1 million, per ESPN’s Buster Olney.
Hamels, 37, pitched only three innings 2020, yet he carries an wealth of experience to Los Angeles. The four-time All-Star won World Series MVP with the Phillies in ’08, and he’s counted 163 profession wins in 15 seasons. Hamels posted a 3.81 ERA with the Cubs in ’19, his last full MLB season.
The Dodgers’ revolution has been a spot of unsteadiness for the defending World Series champions in 2021. Clayton Kershaw is as yet on the harmed list with a shoulder injury, while Trevor Bauer is right now on administrative leave as MLB investigates sexual assault allegations against him. Pitcher Dustin May, 23, was scheduled to be a significant piece of Los Angeles’ revolution also in ’21, however he went through Tommy John medical procedure in May.
Last week, the Dodgers gained Nationals expert Max Scherzer in a blockbuster trade. Scherzer is scheduled to make his Los Angeles debut Wednesday night.
The Dodgers enter Wednesday late evening sitting in second place in the NL West. They trail the Giants by 3.5 games.
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