The Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to a one-year contract extension with right-handed reliever Blake Treinen, the crew introduced Sunday.
Treinen, 33, is 1-1 with a 3.00 ERA in three innings pitched this season. He has been on the injured listing since April 22 due to shoulder discomfort and is predicted to be sidelined till after the All-Star break.
He was dominant out of the bullpen final season, boasting a 1.99 ERA in 72⅓ innings pitched. He was 6-5 with seven saves.
He has a 2.50 ERA in 102 appearances with the Dodgers since signing with the crew in December of 2019. He signed a two-year, $17.5 million contract with a membership choice for the 2023 season to stay with the Dodgers in January. The extension agreed upon Sunday replaces the membership choice.
He was an All-Star in 2018 when he saved 38 video games for the Oakland Athletics and had a career-best 0.78 ERA whereas going 9-2 that season.
General, Treinen is 36-31 with 79 saves and a 2.87 ERA in 9 seasons for the Washington Nationals, A’s and Dodgers.