LA Dodgers Acquire Pitcher Dylan Floro from Cincinnati Reds

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Los Angeles Dodgers announced on Wednesday that they have acquired pitcher Dylan Floro alongside minor league prospect Zach Neal from Cincinnati Reds. In exchange, the Reds received minor league pitchers James Marinan and Anerurys Zabala alongside international signing bonus pool space.

Dylan Floro appeared in 25 games as a relief pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds in this season and has a 3-2 record with 2.72 ERA and 1.40 WHIP. Floro, who previously also played for the Tampa Bay Rays and Chicago Cubs, has an MLB career record of 3–3 with 3.79 ERA.

He’s got a good arm, a heavy sinker, puts the ball in the ground,” – said Dodgers manager Dave Roberts of Floro. “He’s a guy that can go multiple innings if we need as well.

In order to make room for Dylan Floro on the 40-man roster, Dodgers have designated pitcher Daniel Corcino for assignment. Corcino was present in two games this MLB season as a relief and has 3.02 ERA and 1.22 WHIP in 17 games he spent with Dodgers’ affiliates OKC and Double-A Tulsa.

In other roster moves, Cincinnati Reds have optioned utility man Brandon Dixon to Triple-A Louisville and recalled Tanner Rainey and Cody Reed. Dixon has a batting average of .238 and one home run in his MLB career.