Dodgers Activate Andrew Heaney, Jake Reed

The Dodgers on Wednesday morning activated lefty starting pitcher Andrew Heaney and righty reliver Jake Reed ahead of Wednesday’s finale against the Nationals at Dodger Stadium.

To make room on the active roster, the team optioned pitchers Mitch White and Garrett Cleavinger.

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Heaney, Kershaw Progressing Toward MLB Returns for Dodgers

As several pitchers from the season’s original starting rotation begin to get healthy, it will be interesting to see how the Dodgers structure their starting rotation over the coming weeks.

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Dodgers Roster: More Thoughts on 2022 Starting Rotation

Fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers just love to speculate about player depth, seemingly more than any other fan base across the majors.

Los Angeles is probably deeper than any other club in the big leagues with position players, as they virtually didn’t miss a beat when Corey Seager tested free agency and landed a job with the Texas Rangers. The team’s position player depth speaks volumes when a player like Chris Taylor isn’t guaranteed a spot on the lineup card every night, even though skipper Dave Roberts says he much prefers to use CT in a flexible utility role.

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