Now you see him, now you don't.
OK, actually you never did see him.
Wednesday the Dodgers moved the Dodger who never quite was, trading infielder
Jackson will go down in history as the first player added as a Dodger by new President of Baseball Operations
Twenty-three days ago Friedman claimed the 26-year-old from the
Ryan Jackson, we hardly knew you. Actually we never knew him at all. He wasn't even assigned a number.
Jackson has a .268 career batting average with 27 home runs and 203 RBI in 576 games in six minor league seasons. He appeared in 20 games with the Cardinals in 2012-13 in his only time in the majors.