Dodgers Announce The World Series Roster

The Dodgers officially have their 25-man roster set for the World Series as they get set to take on the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park tonight. 

Pitchers (12):

Scott Alexander (RP — LHP)

Pedro Báez (RP — RHP)

Walker Buehler (SP — RHP)

Dylan Floro (RP — RHP)

Rich Hill (SP — LHP)

Kenley Jansen (RP — RHP)

Clayton Kershaw (SP — LHP)

Ryan Madson (RP — RHP)

Kenta Maeda (RP — RHP)

Hyun-Jin Ryu (SP — LHP)

Julio Urías (RP — LHP)

Alex Wood (RP — LHP)

Position Players (13):

Austin Barnes (C/IF)

Cody Bellinger (IF/OF)

Brian Dozier (IF)

David Freese (IF)

Yasmani Grandal (C)

Kiké Hernández (IF/OF)

Matt Kemp (OF)

Manny Machado (IF)

Max Muncy (IF)

Joc Pederson (OF)

Yasiel Puig (OF)

Chris Taylor (IF/OF)

Justin Turner (IF)

The biggest move for the Dodgers is adding left-hander Scott Alexander to the roster. If you remember, Alexander was left off the NLCS roster after he had an appearance in the NLDS vs. the Braves where he threw a perfect eighth inning. 

With the addition of Scott Alexander, the Dodgers left off 21-year-old Caleb Ferguson off the roster who has been solid in this postseason for the Dodgers. He has only allowed one base-runner and struck out three. 

The Dodgers take on the Boston Red Sox in Game 1 of the World Series tonight at 5:09 PT. 

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