6:15 AM EDT, Fri March 27, 2015

Dodgers bullpen remains entirely unsettled

GLENDALE, Ariz. – With a sizeable payroll and a clear-cut weakness -- the bullpen -- the Dodgers became a beacon for seemingly every veteran reliever in the major leagues trying to fight his way back from an injury or a down season, or, in several cases, both. Wednesday was a showcase of a few of those veteran pitchers, with Mike Adams, Sergio Santos and Dustin McGowan all pitching an inning of the Dodgers’ 7-5 loss to the Chicago Cubs.
Orange County Register Mar 17, 2015
Dodgers reliever Mike Adams a man of meticulous preparation

Dodgers reliever Mike Adams a man of meticulous preparation

GLENDALE, Ariz. – At some point in the past 20 years, a baseball hazing tradition began in which a bullpen’s most junior member must carry a child’s backpack to his teammates’ workplace each night. Mike Adams does not abide by that tradition....
Sons of Steve Garvey Mar 3, 2015

New Pickup Adams Garners Strong Mattingly Support

Mike Adams must be stoked, because you can't possibly have a better endorsement from your manager, than what Don Mattingly just said about Adams joining the Dodgers: "You know if he's healthy, he's good," Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said. "It's just a matter of being able to watch his bullpens, see how the ball's coming out. It's not like, 'Can he pitch or not?' It's just a matter of, 'Is he healthy?'" Yee haw! Meanwhile, Clayton Kershaw is quaking in his boots. Adams has a 2.41 career ERA in 10 seasons, most recently with the Philadelphia Phillies.

Mike Adams expects to make team

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Los Angeles Dodgers must decide by April 1 whether veteran reliever Mike Adams will be a member of their Opening Day bullpen or they could owe him an extra $100,000, a stipulation of the current collective bargaining agreement meant to protect veteran players on minor league deals. Adams didn’t want to get into any of that. “My whole thought process is, ‘I’ll make the club,’" Adams said. “I’m trying to keep as much doubt out of it as possible.

Dodgers sign Mike Adams to minor-league contract

The Dodgers added yet another pitcher with a thick medical file, as they signed right-hander Mike Adams to a minor-league contract that included an invitation to their major league spring training camp.

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