Before Thursday’s night game, the Phils made a trade with the Dodgers.
The Phils traded Roberto Hernandez to the Dodgers yesterday in exchange for either two prospects to be named later, or cash, after the Dodgers have claimed him off of the waivers wire. The Dodgers will picked up the remaining $1.5 million dollars still left on Hernandez’s one-year, $4.5 million dollars contract that he had signed with the Phils during the previous off-season.
Hernandez had appeared in 23 games for the Phils, 20 of which were starts, as he complied a 6-8 record with a 3.87 ERA, second highest on the club behind Cole Hamels, as he pitched in 121 innings, giving up 57 runs, 52 of which were earned, on 108 hits and 55 walks, while striking out 75 batters. He had also hit seven batters, while seven of his walks were intentional walks. Hernandez had a WHIP of 1.35 on the season.
Since Hernandez was supposed to be the Phils’ starter for last night’s game, they’d picked up the Triple-A contract of Sean O’Sullivan, who they then flew in from Toledo, Ohio, as the Iron Pigs were at that time starting a road series with the Toledo Mud Hens, to take over Hernandez’s spot in the rotation.
Wish you luck with your new ball club, Roberto.