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The Transactions for the 1995 Los Angeles Dodgers

The Transactions for the 1995 Los Angeles Dodgers

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January 5, 1995


Matias Carrillo signed as a free agent.

Tom Prince signed as a free agent.

January 18, 1995


Jim Bruske signed as a free agent.

January 24, 1995


Rick Parker signed as a free agent.

February 1, 1995


Casey Candaele signed as a free agent.

February 4, 1995


Oreste Marrero signed as a free agent.

February 8, 1995


Hideo Nomo signed as a non-drafted free agent.

February 9, 1995


Purchased Scott Pose from Milwaukee Brewers.

April 7, 1995


Mitch Webster signed as a free agent.

April 10, 1995


Chris Gwynn signed as a free agent.

April 11, 1995


Reggie Williams signed as a free agent.

April 12, 1995


Rob Murphy signed as a free agent.

April 15, 1995


Dick Schofield signed as a free agent.

April 17, 1995


Scott Pose released.

April 21, 1995


Al Osuna released.

April 24, 1995

Granted Free Agency

Ed Vosberg

April 26, 1995


Casey Candaele released.

May 16, 1995


Rob Murphy released.

Dick Schofield released.

May 23, 1995


Traded Henry Rodriguez and Jeff Treadway to Montreal Expos in exchange for Joey
Eischen and Roberto Kelly.

May 25, 1995


Claimed John Cummings from Seattle Mariners on waivers.

May 31, 1995


Claimed Chad Fonville from Montreal Expos on waivers.

June 1, 1995

Amateur Free-Agent Draft

3rd round Onan Masaoka
13th round Brad Wilkerson (did not sign)
19th round David Ross (did not sign)
31st round Pedro Feliciano
42nd round Jason Smith (did not sign)

June 9, 1995


Traded Rafael Bournigal to Montreal Expos in exchange for Kris Foster.

June 19, 1995


Traded Dax Winslett to Chicago Cubs in exchange for Willie Banks.

July 2, 1995


Brad Thomas signed as a non-drafted free agent.

July 26, 1995


Eric Gagne signed as a non-drafted free agent.

July 31, 1995


Traded Ron Coomer, Greg Hansell, Jose Parra and a player to be named later to
Minnesota Twins in exchange for Kevin Tapani and Mark Guthrie; Minnesota Twins
received Chris Latham (October 30, 1995).

August 1, 1995


Derek Lilliquist signed as a free agent.

August 10, 1995


Lost Willie Banks to Florida Marlins on waivers.

August 18, 1995


Traded Dwight Maness and Scott Hunter to New York Mets in exchange for Brett Butler.

September 8, 1995


Traded Todd Williams to Oakland Athletics in exchange for Matt McDonald.

October 12, 1995

Granted Free Agency

Chris Gwynn

October 14, 1995

Granted Free Agency

Mitch Webster

October 15, 1995

Granted Free Agency

Tom Prince

October 16, 1995

Granted Free Agency

Jim Bruske
Derek Lilliquist
Oreste Marrero
Mike Milchin
Eddie Pye
Reggie Williams

November 1, 1995


Darren Hall signed as a free agent.

Tom Prince signed as a free agent.

November 3, 1995

Granted Free Agency

Tom Candiotti

November 6, 1995

Granted Free Agency

Roberto Kelly
Tim Wallach

November 7, 1995

Granted Free Agency

Brett Butler

November 9, 1995


Brett Butler signed as a free agent.

November 12, 1995


Jim Bruske signed as a free agent.

November 16, 1995


Ramon Martinez signed as a free agent.

November 29, 1995


Traded Willis Otanez and Miguel Cairo to Seattle Mariners in exchange for Mike
Blowers.

November 30, 1995


Greg Gagne signed as a free agent.

December 15, 1995


Tom Candiotti signed as a free agent.

Traded Omar Daal to Montreal Expos in exchange for Rick Clelland.

December 17, 1995


Traded Jose Offerman to Kansas City Royals in exchange for Billy Brewer.

December 19, 1995


Oreste Marrero signed as a free agent.

December 21, 1995

Granted Free Agency

Kevin Tapani
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