Dodgers Sign Gabe Kapler

The Dodgers have officially signed Gabe Kapler to a minor league deal, according to Dylan Hernandez of the LA Times (on Twitter). The deal includes an invitation to big league Spring Training. The Dodgers were reportedly close to a deal with the TWC Sports client yesterday.

Kapler hit .210/.288/.290 in 140 plate appearances for the Rays last year. The 35-year-old has a .284/.343/.475 line against left-handers in his career, so he has a history of success against southpaws.


9 Responses to Dodgers Sign Gabe Kapler Leave a Reply

  1. coachofall 5 years ago

    Ned keeps throwing crap up against the left field wall hoping something sticks……going to be a long year in LA

  2. coolstorybro222 5 years ago

    I feel bad for dodger fans

    • theophilus166 5 years ago

      Don’t act like you’re not impressed.

      • coolstorybro222 5 years ago

        You do know it’s just Reed Johnson’s twin brother right?

  3. God bless Gabe, but why is he still trying to play? There is a reason he was coaching a couple of years ago…

  4. bacon_bitz 5 years ago

    My god Gabe, just stop it. It’s time to hang it up and go back to coaching.

  5. SmackSaw 5 years ago

    Well, thank you Fox. Without the loan, Frank wouldn’t been able to buy more time. Or anything else for that matter. What a mess…

  6. BoSoxSam 5 years ago

    Yes! I love ya Gabe, keep on truckin!

  7. theophilus166 5 years ago

    while I tend to agree with you that people complain way too much about cheap minor league deals, sadly Gabe Kapler has a legit shot at playing LF at some point, considering his competition. So far, he’s up against Tony Gwynn Jr, Jay Gibbons, and Xavier Paul.

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