From Eric Stephen of SB Nation’s True Blue LA comes word that the Dodgers have agreed to terms on a minor league contract with Mike Carp. The 28-year-old first baseman and outfielder will report to the Dodgers’ Triple-A affiliate in Oklahoma City.
Carp was released by the Nationals at the end of spring training after failing to win an Opening Day roster spot. But he has a decent .744 OPS (108 OPS+) in exactly 1,000 career major league plate appearances and will serve as quality organizational outfield depth this summer for Los Angeles.
Carp, a ninth-round pick back in 2004, has played for the Mariners, Red Sox, and Rangers in parts of six big league seasons.