Dodgers: What Tommy Kahnle Means for the Future of the LA Bullpen

The Dodgers added yet another reclamation project reliever, signing right-handed pitcher Tommy Kahnle to a two-year contract, per The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal. The hard-throwing righty underwent Tommy John surgery back in August and will miss most if not all of the upcoming 2021 season.

We break down the signing and assess the future of the Dodgers bullpen. Plus, do these low risk, high reward signings indicate a bigger move is on the way?



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  1. He’s injured. He may come back good, he may come back not good. That’s the assessment. Right now, we just don’t know. Don’t think you need a whole podcast for that.

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