Los Angeles Dodgers Sign Reliever

The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed Daniel Zamora to a minor league contract.

Zamora appeared in four games for the Seattle Mariners during the 2021 campaign. During them, he sported a 2-0 record, 6.23 ERA, and had three strikeouts. However, his time with the team would end up fairly quickly, as he was designated for assignment just one month after the team claimed him from the New York Mets. 

In 68 career games between the Mets and Mariners, Zamora has a 3-1 record, 4.50 ERA, and 27 strikeouts. He has pitched in three out of the last four seasons in the majors, so he is starting to get a bit of experience. However, he will now be looking to build on it with the Dodgers.

Los Angeles has a very deep roster, so Zamora will have to impress the team a lot to earn himself a spot. Even if he does not end up making the major league roster out of Spring Training, he could get himself a call-up if he performs well in the minors. We will have to wait and see what happens on that front. 

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