Los Angeles Dodgers acquire veteran pitcher Danny Duffy from Kansas City Royals

Jeff Passan shares his thoughts about the Dodgers' acquisition of pitcher Danny Duffy (from the Royals). (0:49). Which role will Danny Duffy play with the Dodgers'? (0:49). It was announced that the Los Angeles Dodgers have acquired Danny Duffy, a veteran left-hander from Kansas City Royals, for a player to follow. Duffy, currently on the injured-list with a flexor strain and has waived his no trade clause. This winter, he will be a free agent. The veteran 32-year old has spent his entire 11 year career with the Royals. He was drafted in the third round by the Royals in 2007. Duffy is currently 4-3 and has a 2.51 ERA. He also had 65 strikeouts during 61 innings of work for the Royals. His career record is 68-68 and he has a 3.95 ERA. The Dodgers assigned DJ Peters to outfielder in order to make room on the Duffy roster.

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