When they finally got around to announcing their 25-man roster Saturday night after their 6-6 tie with the
For the most part, the kids won out in the roster battles. Paco Rodriguez, Yimi Garcia and Pedro Baez all made the bullpen, while veterans
There were no last-minute trades, which means
The Dodgers will carry an extra position player until mid-April, the first time the fifth spot in the rotation will come up. Huff could be called up to make that start.
With Saturday’s tie, the Dodgers ended the spring 16-11 with a club record eight ties. They open the season at home Monday afternoon against Matt Kemp and the
The Dodgers managed 10 hits against the Angels, and made them productive.
"My stuff was terrible, borderline embarrassing, but physically I felt fine, so at this point I'm going forward," Anderson said.
"If I wasn't motivated before -- which I was -- this kind of sour taste in your mouth in the last outing is going to motivate me even more for my first start."
Here is the Dodgers 2015 opening 25-man roster:
Starting pitchers (4): Brett Anderson, Zack Greinke, Clayton Kershaw,
Relievers (7): Pedro Baez, Yimi Garcia,
Infielders (7): Darwin Barney, Adrian Gonzalez, Alex Guerrero, Howie Kendrick,
Outfielders (5): Carl Crawford, Andre Ethier, Joc Pederson, Scott Van Slyke, Yasiel Puig.