The Dodgers swapped out pitchers Wednesday, recalling lefty Ian Thomas from Triple-A Oklahoma City and sending down left-hander Adam Liberatore, per the Los Angeles Times. Thomas was 0-1 with a 7.20 ERA in two appearances with the team earlier in the season, but was 4-1 in five starts and eight games at Triple-A. Liberatore was 2-2 with a 4.35 ERA in 25 games for the Dodgers this season.
Dodgers reliever Adam Liberatore struck out the only batter he faced in Tuesday's win over Arizona. Liberatore entered the game with two runners on and two outs in the seventh inning. He threw a three-pitch strikeout and earned the win when the Dodgers rallied. Liberatore is now 2-1 on the season.
The Dodgers officially recalled outfielder Chris Heisey from Triple-A Oklahoma City and optioned left-hander Adam Liberatore down to Triple-A, per the team's official website. Heisey was sent down to Oklahoma City on April 5, and batted .257 with four home runs and seven RBI in 10 games in the minors.
The Dodgers recalled pitcher Adam Liberatore from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday, the team announced. Liberatore will be available for Friday's game against the Rockies. Prior to Opening Day, he was optioned to the minors. During spring training, Liberatore threw 10 1/3 innings and didn't allow one run.
The Dodgers have decided to option outfielders Chris Heisey, Enrique Hernandez, pitchers Adam Liberatore, Sergio Santos, David Aardsma and David Huff to their minor league teams, according to MLB.com. Liberatore did not allow a run in 10 1/3 innings of work this spring with nine strikeouts and three walks. Aardsma posted a 2.00 ERA with nine strikeouts in nine appearances this spring.