The Dodgers announced that the right-handed Ashton Goudeau exemptions from the Giants were claimed. Goudeau was assigned to a mission by San Francisco earlier this week.
In less than five months, Goudeau is now a member of five different organizations. After making his MLB debut with the Rockies last season, Goudeau went on to the Pirates, Orioles, Giants and now the Dodgers on a series of resignation claims. The 28-year-old has also played on the Mariners and Royals agricultural systems during a professional career that began when the Royals selected Goudeau in the 27th round of the 2012 draft.
Over 563 2/3 entries in the minors, Goudeau started 70 out of 171 games and posted an ERA of 4.81, 20.44% elimination rate and 6.23% hike rate. His first taste of Major League action resulted in an ERA of 7.56 out of 8 1/3 innings in four games with Colorado in 2020.