Daniel Corcino, Jacob Scavuzzo Headline Dodgers Minor League Free Agents

Daniel Corcino, Jacob Scavuzzo Headline Dodgers Minor League Free Agents

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Dodgers face decisions on seven players that reached free agency the morning after the World Series concluded. The group notably includes Manny Machado, as well as Yasmani Grandal and Hyun-Jin Ryu, who both received qualifying offers.

Free agency is also underway for 520 Minor League players. Of the contingent, 20 spent the past season in the Dodgers organization.

The group is comprised of former Major League players and top prospects looking to make the most of any opportunity that comes their way.

Below is a complete list of the Dodgers’ Minor League free agent class, via Matt Eddy of Baseball America:

RHP: Dylan Baker (AA), Logan Bawcom (AAA), Daniel Corcino (AAA), Justin De Fratus (AAA), Emmanuel De Leon (AAA), Zach McAllister (AAA), Tyler Pill (AAA), Brian Schlitter (AAA)

LHP: Kyle Lobstein (AAA), Jason Richman (AA)

C: Cael Brockmeyer (AA), Alex Burg (AAA), Hamlet Marte (Hi A)

2B: Angelo Mora (AAA), Donovan Solano (AAA)

3B: Wes Darvill (AA)

OF: Tyler Goeddel (AAA), Henry Ramos (AAA), Jacob Scavuzzo (AA), Travis Taijeron (AAA)

Of the 20 free agents, only right-handed pitcher Daniel Corcino saw Major League action with the Dodgers in 2018. Across two appearances and four innings of work, he allowed two runs (one earned) while walking three batters against one strikeout.

Splitting time between Double-A Tulsa and Triple-A Oklahoma City, outfielder Jacob Scavuzzo hit .258/.310/.523 with 26 doubles and 26 home runs in 429 plate appearances (111 games).

In what was a career year for the 24-year-old, he was named Texas League Hitter of the Week for July 15-22 before capturing Player of the Month honors later that month.

Veteran right-handed pitcher Zach McAllister, who joined the Dodgers on a Minor League contract in August, also elected for free agency. He spent the bulk of the 2018 season with the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers, where he posted a collective 6.20 ERA in 45 innings pitched (44 games).