The 26-year-old Farmer made his Major League debut on July 30, at which time he hit a walkoff double against the Giants at Dodger Stadium. The Atlanta native has appeared in 10 games with the Dodgers, batting .400 in 10 AB with a run, a double and two RBI. He is 4-for-9 (.444) as a pinch-hitter.
Stewart, 25, started Tuesday’s contest against the Pirates, and allowed five runs and four hits in only two full. In 11 appearances (three starts) this season, Stewart has posted a 3.38 ERA over an even 24 innings with one save while holding hitters to a .227 average.
With the move, the Dodgers still have 10 available arms in the bullpen, but increase the number of position players off the bench to four.
(Joe Jareck provided the majority of information in this report)