Dodgers Sign Jesus Colome

The Dodgers signed Jesus Colome, according to the roster of the team's Triple A affiliate. The Mariners designated the right-hander for assignment after he pitched to a 5.29 ERA in 12 appearances.

Colome, 32, walked and struck out more batters than he normally does, posting 8.5 K/9 and 5.8 BB/9 in 17 innings of work this year. The ten-year veteran joins two other recent free agent pickups on the Albuquerque Isotopes' roster: Kiko Calero and Claudio Vargas. Dodgers GM Ned Colletti continues to look at free agent pitching, according to the LA Times.


7 Responses to Dodgers Sign Jesus Colome Leave a Reply

  1. m4r1n3r 5 years ago

    good luck with that one. Dude’s got a live arm but no control.

  2. Guest 5 years ago

    Did they need someone to pitch batting practice?

  3. DODGERDOG_16 5 years ago

    better than claudio vargas! ill take this sign

    • damnitsderek 5 years ago

      That’s like saying breaking your arm is better than breaking your leg. They both still suck.

    • damnitsderek 5 years ago

      That’s like saying breaking your arm is better than breaking your leg. They both still suck.

  4. DODGERDOG_16 5 years ago

    better than claudio vargas! ill take this sign

  5. good sign by the dodgers.

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