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The Dodgers have a new addition to their roster. L.A. acquired right-handed relief pitcher Chris Martin from the Cubs in exchange for utility man Zach McKinstry [[ muh-KINS-tree ]]. Just like Freddie Freeman — Martin helped the Atlanta Braves win last year’s World Series. He signed a one-year deal with Chicago during the off-season. The 36-year-old has a 4.31 earned run average over 31-and-a-third innings this season. This is Martin’s sixth MLB team. In addition to the Braves and Cubs he also pitched for the Rockies, Yankees and Rangers. The 27-year-old McKinstry has one home run and four RBIs in eleven at-bats for the Dodgers. He became a Major Leaguer after being selected in the 33rd round of the 2016 MLB draft out of Central Michigan University.
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