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Dodgers Re-Sign Relief Pitcher to a Two-Year Deal

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The Los Angeles Dodgers are in agreement on a deal with free-agent relief pitcher, Ryan Brasier. The deal is a two-year deal, worth $9 million. According to Jon Heyman of the New York Post.


Last year, the Dodgers signed Ryan Brasier to a minor league deal after he was cut by the Red Sox during the season. Ryan Brasier performed well enough to earn a contract with the Dodgers again.


Ryan Brasier was miles better once he went to the Dodgers. After posting a 7.29 ERA in 20 games with the Red Sox, he pitched like he was a different pitcher on the Dodgers. In 39 games, Ryan Brasier posted a 0.70 ERA and 38 SO.


This is a move that is going to help the Dodgers bullpen a lot. The Dodgers have been one of the most active teams this whole off-season. They just continue to get better, and they continue to add to their bullpen after re-signing Ryan Brasier.

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