Josh Judy signs with Dodgers
If you play in York, you’re always a Revolution alum, no matter how brief your tenure. Therefore, here’s some Josh Judy news despite his four all-time appearances in a York uniform.
The free agent right-handed reliever has signed with the Dodgers, and will head to MLB spring training as a non-roster invitee. Judy spent the bulk of last season with the Angels, split between Triple-A Salt Lake and Double-A Arkansas. The results weren’t what he, or the Angels were looking for – he posted a 7.01 ERA in 15 games at Salt Lake and a 6.50 at Arkansas in 18 games. In both stops combined, he struck out 29 and walked 15 in 34.2 innings, and converted seven saves.
Judy earned a new contract with the Angels on May 2, and was the first Rev to do so in the 2013 season. In his four games with York, Judy tossed four innings striking out five with a walk. He allowed just three hits and a run. It’s great to see him get another chance with the Dodgers as he attempts to regain the form that saw him reach the Majors with the Cleveland Indians for 12 relief appearances in 2011.