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Dodgers claim pitcher Daniel Corcino off waivers from Reds

Dodgers claim pitcher Daniel Corcino off waivers from Reds
Cincinnati pitchers Ismael Guillon, left, and Daniel Corcino get ready for a spring training workout on Feb. 23 in Goodyear, Ariz. (John Locher / Associated Press)

Only two days after Ryan Dennick was claimed off waivers by the Dodgers, he was designated for assignment and removed from their 40-man roster.

Dennick was replaced on the 40-man roster by another waiver claim from the Cincinnati Reds, right-hander Daniel Corcino.

Corcino, 24, pitched in the major leagues for the first time last season, appearing in five games for the Reds. He was 0-2 with a 4.34 earned-run average in five games, including three starts.

He has pitched in 168 minor league games in his career, including 116 starts. He has a career record of 45-52 with a 4.13 earned-run average.

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Corcino, who is from the Dominican Republic, is expected to be optioned to the minor leagues.

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