ICYMI: Dodgers Traded Darnell Sweeney Again

You may not have even noticed it. It was probably just a blip on your radar. Barely a news-worthy event, but the Dodgers traded minor league infielder controversial research paper topics list english graduate school entrance essay essay on panchatantra article writing sites source capval saft dosierung viagra assignment writing services australia follow site essay on why financial aid is essential college level homework help corporate finance make good ending sentence essay management thesis on customer perception how to order brand name periactin https://earthwiseradio.org/editing/dissertation-topics-in-computer-science/8/ follow link may sat essay https://scottsdaleartschool.org/checker/cornell-supplement-essay-hotel/33/ buy viagra spain taking cialis with aspirin acyclovir research negative for herpes thesis writing help https://cadasb.org/pharmacy/austin-texas-attorney-abilify-suit/13/ https://goodbelly.com/rxpack/is-vitex-a-natural-clomid/32/ english language essay structure creative writing minor sjsu https://plastic-pollution.org/trialrx/applibot-female-viagra/31/ enter go essay about dream work an inspector calls themes essay https://sanctuaryforest.org/prompts/free-essay-feedback-for-college/19/ kate mckinnon acceptance speech Darnell Sweeney again. This time they flipped him to the Reds for future considerations to be determined at a later time. I have no idea what future considerations mean but perhaps it’s something like give us a few bucks and throw in a Dodger dog and we’ll call it even.

This is the second time the Dodgers have traded the once highly rated farmhand. Originally he was traded to the Phillies in 2015 for Chase Utley. Then the Dodgers reacquired him from the Phillies along with Darin Ruff, in exchange for second baseman Howie Kendrick. Ruff was almost immediately designated for assignment before signing and moving to the KBO.

Sweeney is a 26-year old switch-hitting infielder that the Dodgers drafted in the thirteenth round of the 2012 amateur draft. Possibly a useful player the Dodgers never called him up to the majors as he spent parts of six seasons in the Dodger’s minor league system. While in the minor leagues Sweeney batted .269 with a .341 career OBP and 49 home runs in 605 games. In 2,607 minor league plate appearances Sweeney posted a .761 OPS and stole 141 bases.

Sweeney spent just one campaign at the major league level when the Phillies called him up for a 37-game stint in 2015. During that time Sweeney batted .176/.286/.353 (15 for 85) with 3 home runs and 11 runs batted in while gathering 98 MLB plate appearances. Sweeney played 12 games in left field for the Phillies but also saw time at second base, third base, and center field.

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