Remember that trade a few days back that netted us starting pitcher Bud Norris, outfielder Dian Toscano and some cash? Well, there was an additional player in that deal that was to come to the Dodgers, but had yet to be named. A veritable "player to be named later," eh! Well, that player has now been named. Coming from the Braves to the Dodgers will be right-handed pitching prospect Alec Grosser. Per a Dodgers press release:
In addition, to complete the June 30 trade with the Atlanta Braves, the Dodgers acquired right-handed pitcher Alec Grosser as the player to be named later.You can follow Alex on twitter here: @alec_del.
Grosser, 21, appeared in three games for Rookie-level Danville this year and the Alexandria, Virginia, native was selected by the Braves in the 11th round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft.