Catch and release, baby, catch and release. It's the front office's new game, which I suppose at least passes away those idle hours.
On Wednesday the Dodgers acquired left-hander Xavier Cedeno from the
The Dodgers had claimed Corcino on waivers from the
Meanwhile, at triple-A Oklahoma City they released journeyman right-hander
What all this roster craziness means for the moment is they have Cedeno, who you would hope packs lightly.
Cedeno, 28, has spent most of his career split between the minors and majors, mostly the former. He had appeared in five games (three innings) for the Nationals this season, allowing two runs, three hits and two walks. For his career he has appeared in 77 games for the Nationals and
That's a lot of roster shuffling for a left-handed relief specialist who is out of options. Which means the Dodgers still have to make another move. Guess they think he's better than left-hander Adam Liberatore, sent back down earlier Wednesday.