4 Former Dodgers Still Unemployed Heading Into Opening Day

With Opening Day on the horizon, multiple former Dodgers remain without a new team.

Los Angeles Dodgers v Cincinnati Reds
Los Angeles Dodgers v Cincinnati Reds / Dylan Buell/GettyImages
facebooktwitterreddit
Prev
4 of 4
Next

4. Rich Hill

The 44-year-old Hill might call it a career one of these days, but until he officially does, he will be an option for teams looking for starting pitching help.

The veteran pitcher spent four seasons with the Dodgers (2016-19), where he had a 30-16 record and a 3.71 ERA, which is pretty good for a non-frontline starter. Over the last few years, Hill has bounced from the league, playing with the Tampa Bay Rays, New York Mets, Boston Red Sox, Pittsburgh Pirates, and San Diego Padres.

Last season, the 44-year-old southpaw made 22 starts with the Pirates and had a 7-10 record and a 4.76 ERA. The Pirates traded Hill to the San Diego Padres at the deadline. The vet had a 1-4 record and an 8.23 ERA in 10 appearances (five starts).

Hill is starting to slow down after an illustrious 19-year career, which isn’t shocking as he’s thrown over 1,4501.1 innings. The former Dodgers pitcher hasn’t signed with a team yet, but don’t put it past him.

More Dodgers news and analysis:

feed