The Dodgers signed center fielder Travis Witherspoon to their organization, according to a report from Baseball America. Witherspoon has previously been in the Angels and Mariners organizations. In six years of minor-league ball, Witherspoon has posted a career batting average of .252 with 68 home runs. He hit a minor-league single-season best 15 home runs in 2014 with the Mariners' Single-A affiliate High Desert Mavericks.
Mariners outfielder Travis Witherspoon has cleared waivers after being designated for assignment last week, and the team has assigned him to Double-A Jackson. Witherspoon was claimed off waivers from the Angels in October and managed to get through waivers with his second team. He hit .214/.299/.342 with 11 home runs, 38 RBI and 30 stolen bases in 448 at-bats with Double-A Arkansas last season.
The Mariners designated outfielder Travis Witherspoon for assignment. Witherspoon hit .214/.299/.342 in 448 at-bats at Double-A Arkansas last season.
The Mariners have claimed outfielder Travis Witherspoon from the Angels. Witherspoon hit .214/.299/.342 in 448 at-bats at Double-A Arkansas. With Witherspoon now on the roster, the team had to designate catcher Henry Blanco for assignment.