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Dodgers sign former Angels prospect Jeremy Moore

The 25 year old outfielder missed all of 2012 after having hip surgery, but could be an interesting depth option in the outfield if he's healthy.

Harry How

The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed former Los Angeles Angels prospect Jeremy Moore to a minor league contract. Moore was rated as the 11th-best prospect in the Angels system in 2011, but missed the entire 2012 season after having surgery on his hip.

The 25-year-old outfielder appeared in eight games with the Angels in 2011, where he went 1-for-8 and scored three runs. In 113 games with AAA Salt Lake City, he hit .298 with 15 home runs and 66 RBIs. Moore has shown moderate power throughout his minor league career, and also has the ability to steal bases. He could be in the mix for the Dodgers as a depth option this upcoming season if he's fully recovered from missing a full season last year.

The Dodgers also signed LHP Fabio Castro, LHP Wilmin Rodriguez, 2B Rusty Ryal, 3B Omar Luna, and OF Scott Van Slyke to minor league deals.