Old Dodgers never die, they just live to fight another day with another team. One team’s rejects are another team’s spring flier.
And so it was Tuesday, a pair of discarded Dodgers’ pitchers signed elsewhere to keep their baseball dreams alive.
One was Mat Latos, the right-hander acquired at the trade deadline to settle an injury-riddled rotation who was so bad, he was released in mid-September, and the other Joel Peralta, the right-handed reliever who turns 40 next week.
Latos was a rising star with the Padres when he...