Feb 28, 2012; Glendale, AZ, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly (8) during a workout at Camelback Ranch. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE
The Los Angeles Dodgers are working on signing one player (possibly two) from their tryout camp to a contract, Dodgers executive DeJon Watson tells Anthony Jackson of ESPN Los Angeles. Watson didn't say who, but did say they may also sign another player tomorrow from the same camp; Jackson believes one of the two will be Doug Davis.
In other Dodgers news, Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times is reporting Japanese reliever Hiroki Sanada is at Dodgers tryout camp. Sanada was posted by the Yokohama BayStars, but no teams bid on the reliever. Could he be one of the two signings that will be made?
- Twitter / @dodgerscribe: DeJon Watson wouldn't tell me who, but working on signing ONE player from tryout camp. I suspect it's Doug Davis. Will find out 2moro
- Twitter / @dodgerscribe: Whoever it is will go to minor league camp, but will probably show up in a Cactus League game or two.
- Twitter / @dodgerscribe: Said they might also sign another player from that camp,but not until tomorrow
- Twitter / @dylanohernandez: Another interesting name at #Dodgers tryout: Japanese reliever Hiroki Sanada. Was posted by Yokohama BayStars but no team bid.