Los Angeles Dodgers Sign Utilityman

The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed Ty Kelly to a minor league contract. 

Kelly is a player who offers immense versatility as he can play second base, third base, and the outfield. As a result of this, he would give the Dodgers plenty of options if he's able to earn himself a spot with their major league roster. 

Kelly hasn't played in the majors since the 2018 season, though. During that campaign, he appeared in nine games with the New York Mets, where he had one hit in 11 plate appearances. He did have his struggles at the plate, but perhaps he could get a shot with the Dodgers if he impresses during training camp. 

In 118 career major league games between the Mets and Philadelphia Phillies, Kelly had three home runs, 21 RBIs, and a .203 batting average. Overall, the 33-year-old does have a little experience in the majors, so that also could help his chances of receiving an eventual call-up. 

Overall, this is a small signing but one that also provides the Dodgers with more depth at multiple positions. 

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