The Dodgers have agreed to a minor league deal with outfielder Roger Bernadina, MLB Daily Dish’s Chris Cotillo reports. Bernadina, a client of the All Bases Covered agency, chose to sign with L.A. after receiving offers from multiple other teams.
Bernadina, 30, chose to become a free agent when he refused an outright assignment from the Reds two weeks ago. He signed a minor league deal with Cincinnati during the offseason and posted a .489 OPS over 71 PA, continuing the struggles at the plate that plagued him in 2013. The Dodgers will be Bernadina’s fourth franchise in a two-season span, along with the Reds, Phillies and Nationals.