The Dodgers bullpen this season is stocked with a failed shortstop, a failed third baseman and a couple of catchers who couldn't stick.
Among the four, Chris Hatcher is different in one way: he actually made the major leagues at his original position, catcher.
Hatcher is expected to be part of the Dodgers' opening-day bullpen, where he could join former infielders Sergio Santos and Pedro Baez, and perhaps temporarily replace Kenley Jansen, also a converted catcher, as the team's closer.
Jansen is expected to miss about a month of the season after having surgery on his left foot.
Hatcher was acquired in the off-season as part of a four-player package in a trade that...