Report: Dodgers Acquire Minor Leaguer Kyle Jensen From The Miami Marlins

The Los Angeles Dodgers acquired minor league first baseman/outfielder Kyle Jensen from the Miami Marlins on Monday in exchange for either a player to be named later or cash, per an Associated Press report.

Jensen played with Triple-A New Orleans last season, hitting .260 with 27 homers and 92 RBIs in 133 games played. He finished tied for fourth in home runs in the Pacific Coast League and second in RBIs.

Per the AP report, "in 577 minor league games, the 26-year-old Jensen has played right and left field, first base and been the designated hitter."

Jensen was originally drafted by the then-Florida Marlins in the 12th round of the 2009 MLB Draft after attending St. Mary's Preparatory School in Michigan. The six-foot-three, 250-pounder is a native of Walnut Creek, California.

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