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NL West News: Dodgers recalled Pederson from Triple-A

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The Dodgers have recalled outfielder Joc Pederson from Triple-A Oklahoma City. They’ve also brought back fellow outfielder and OKC teammate, Trayce Thompson.

Pederson has had a rough 2017 season. After disabled list stints ranging from neck sprains, to groin issues, to a concussion, the 25-year old has not had a year for the record books. Pederson was optioned to Triple-A in mid-August after a painful 2-41 run. While in Oklahoma, Pederson continued to struggle while defensively posting up in left field, a position he has never started at in a major league game.

Thompson faced similar offensive woes this season, slashing .116/.208/.279 in 43 at bats with the Dodgers before heading to Triple-A.

This now leaves the Dodgers with an active roster of 38. Oh yeah, and the Diamondbacks are still breathing down their neck.

Here’s what other news and rumors are going down across the National League West: