In what has been a day full of roster decisions, the Dodgers have just added a few more to the list.

Most notably this time is that the Dodgers have optioned 1B/3B/OF Rob Segedin.

Segedin was in the running for a bench spot on the Dodgers roster. He played for team Italy in the World Baseball Classic, but when he was with the Dodgers he impressed the team with both his versatility and his bat.

Not only did Segedin get optioned, but many others were reassigned to minor league camp, including top prospect Cody Bellinger.

Following Bellinger is relief pitcher Brandon Morrow, outfielder Tyler Holt, first baseman O’Koyea Dickson and first baseman Ike Davis.

There are three more vacant spots on the Dodgers Opening Day roster.

It looks like it will be one of Scott Van Slyke and Trayce Thompson, one of Chris Taylor and Kiké Hernandez and one of Austin Barnes and Bobby Wilson.

Dodgers finalize their Opening Day pitching staff

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