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Dodgers Add Right-Handed Pitcher Ashton Goudeau via Waivers



Today the Dodgers announced the acquisition of right-handed pitcher Ashton Goudeau via waiver claim from the San Fransisco Giants. The 28-year-old veteran of 8 minor league seasons was drafted by the Kansas City Royals and has spent time with the Seattle Mariners and Colorado Rockies.

With the Rockies, he made his big league debut last season, posting a 7.56 ERA in 8.1 innings pitched over 4 games.

In 563.2 career minor league innings, the pitcher owns a 4.81 ERA over 171 games (70 starts).

Over the last five months, Goudeau has bounced around with five different organizations via waiver claims. With the Dodgers, he’ll need a spot on the 40-man roster, which is currently full. The club may opt to add Joe Kelly to the 60-day injured list, or could designate a player for assignment.

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Written by Clint Pasillas

Clint is the lead editor of Dodgers Nation, and a host and analyst on Dodgers Nation's own Blue Heaven podcast live stream.

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  1. Why are they interested in a guy with such a bad record? Is there some change they think they can have him make to be better than anyone already on the 40 man? Wait, what? Joe Kelly? Oh yeah, since he’s never ready to pitch I guess you could replace him!

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