Dodgers pitcher Scott Kazmir turns 33 years old today.

Kazmir was signed last offseason and was expected to be a mainstay in the middle of the rotation. The veteran disappointed, however, and was not part of the postseason roster.

Los Angeles is reportedly shopping Kazmir but has yet to find any takers. He will be given an opportunity to earn a roster spot in spring training. The left-hander has two-years, $32M left on his contract.

We recently took a look at Kazmir’s circumstances.

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