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LA Dodgers Trade Zac Rosscup to St. Louis Cardinals

The reliever will be joining his fourth team this season



The Los Angeles Dodgers have traded left-handed reliever Zac Rosscup to the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for cash considerations, the teams announced.

Rosscup, 31, was designated for assignment by the Dodgers nearly two weeks ago and reported to Triple-A after clearing waivers.

This will be the fourth team Rosscup has played for this season after brief stints with the Dodgers, Seattle Mariners, and Toronto Blue Jays. He spent 2018 with the Colorado Rockies and Dodgers.

This season, he has pitched to a 5.00 ERA, 4.95 FIP, and a 4.04 DRA while striking out 27% of hitters and walking 20% over 18 innings.

He owns a career 5.16 ERA and 4.75 FIP in 83 1/3 innings.

Written by Blake Williams

I graduated with an Associate's Degree in Journalism from Los Angeles Pierce College and now I'm working towards my Bachelor's at Cal State University, Northridge. I'm currently the managing editor for the Roundup News and a writer for Dodgers Nation. Around the age of 12, I fell in love with baseball and in high school, I realized my best path to working in baseball was as a writer, so that's the path I followed. I also like to bring an analytics viewpoint to my work and I'm always willing to help someone understand them since so many people have done the same for me. Thanks for reading!

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  1. It feels kind of funny to take cash considerations from a not so wealthy team when we’re filthy rich and are already hoarding money and not putting it into the team like the greedy owners they are

  2. I would think that any team taking Rosscup would need to be paid. What did the Cards give the Dodgers $1.00 for pitcher who only threw gas on the fire.

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