Dodgers Sign Randy Keisler

The Dodgers have signed Randy Keisler to a minor league contract according Dynasty Athlete Representation (on Twitter).

The 35-year-old left-hander hasn't appeared in the majors since 2007, and he's spent the last two years pitching in an independent league and the Mexican League. He spent the 2008 season with Triple-A affiliates of the Orioles and Cubs, posting a 4.03 ERA with 7.0 K/9 and 4.0 BB/9 in 114 innings. Keisler has pitched for the Yankees, Padres, Reds, Athletics, and Cardinals in his career, pitching to a 6.63 ERA in 150 2/3 big league innings.


8 Responses to Dodgers Sign Randy Keisler Leave a Reply

  1. BlueSkyLA 4 years ago

    Well that gets the old blood flowing.

  2. Gumby65 4 years ago

    5 teams, 6.63 ERA in 150 2/3 MLB innings, 35 yrs old… LA’s scouting team rocks.

    • vtadave 4 years ago

      Yep, because your team, whatever it is, never signs spring training fodder like Kiesler.

  3. Alright! Missing piece of the puzzle! World Series Champs now, baby! YEAH!

  4. vonhayesdays 4 years ago

    maybe its like major league the movie sign the worst guys out there and then move the team back to Brooklyn, nah i dont think so

  5. Dodgerblue18 4 years ago

    THE Randy Keisler??

    • JR_Tolls1 4 years ago

      Yes, the superstar pitcher that everyone knows!

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