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Dodgers send reliever Dylan Floro to Marlins

Dodgers send reliever Dylan Floro to Marlins

The Los Angeles Dodgers made another trade, this time sending reliever Dylan Floro to the Miami Marlins heading into the 2021 Major League Baseball (MLB) season.

As reported by Jeff Passan, the Dodgers and Marlins made a trade for the 2021 MLB season, sending Dylan Floro to Miami and landing Los Angeles, Alex Versia and a prospect to complete the move.

Here the report:

After three seasons with the Dodgers, Dylan Floro leaves for the Marlins in exchange for his sixth season in the MLB, where he has been known for being a performing reliever and prudent numbers in the best baseball in the world.

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In addition, this change from Dylan Floro to the Marlins is the second the Dodgers have made this Friday, February 12, 2021, as they also sent reliever Adam Kolarek and prospect Cody Thomas to the Oakland Athletics for the upcoming season of MLB.

Dylan Floro after being traded to the Marlins, will play in his fifth uniform in the MLB, as he has records with the Rays, Cubs, Reds and Dodgers since he debuted in 2016.

In his three years with the Dodgers, Dylan Floro posted a 2.82 ERA, with 92 strikeouts and a record of 11-4 in a total of 104 with the Californian team in the MLB, numbers that he will surely want to expand after this change to the Marlins. (GG) (Fielding)

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