The Dodgers have released utility man Alfredo Amezaga from his minor-league contract, MLB.com reports. Amezaga was hitting .339/.404/.484 in 37 games at Triple-A Albuquerque and exercised an out clause in his contract.
The Dodgers announced a flurry or roster moves Saturday, as their spring training schedule came to a close. The team designated Alfredo Amezaga , Peter Moylan and Matt Wallach for assignment, and optioned Stephen Fife, Alex Castellanos, Elian Herrera and Josh Wall to the minors.
The Dodgers signed veteran infield Alfredo Amezaga to a minor-league deal Saturday, with the chance to earn a spot on the roster as a utility player. Amezaga has no appeared in a game since 2011, when he was with the Marlins and Rockies.