Jensen signed with the Diamondbacks on Monday, Matt Eddy of Baseball America reports. Jensen has never appeared in the majors, but he has flashed intriguing power in the minors, slugging 20 homers in 2015 and hitting 27 the year before. He'll likely start the season in the minors and will serve as outfield depth for the big league club.
The Dodgers reassigned two outfielders to minor league camp on Sunday. Kyle Jensen, who joined the organization after playing in the Marlins' minor league system for the last few years, was one of the cuts. He hit .409 in 16 spring games for the Dodgers. The second cut was Matt Carson , who played in the Indians' organization last year. He hit .190 this spring, with two home runs.
The Dodgers have outrighted outfielder/first baseman Kyle Jensen to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Tuesday, per the team's official website. Jensen hit .260/.331/.481 over 556 at-bats in Triple-A.
As expected, the Dodgers have designated outfielder Kyle Jensen for assignment, according to the team's official website. The move was made to create space for the acquisition of shortstop Jimmy Rollins. Jensen hit .260/.331/.481 over 556 at-bats in Triple-A.
The Dodgers are expected to designate outfielder Kyle Jensen for assignment, according to Yahoo! If that happens, Jensen's tenure with the club could be short-lived. Jensen was acquired by the team in November in a trade with the Marlins. He hit .260/.331/.481 over 556 at-bats in Triple-A.