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The Dodgers have signed Kevin Pillar to a minor-league deal with an invite to Major League camp.
The nine-year veteran spent 2021 with the Mets. Over his career, he has a slash line of .260/.297/.409, but he is an asset as a defensive outfielder and could provide depth to Los Angeles in this regard. Unless he somehow sees regular playing time, he has no value in fantasy leagues.
The Mets and Kevin Pillar both declined their respective sides of a mutual option for the 2022 season. The veteran outfielder is now a free agent.
Despite missing time due to being hit by a pitch in the face, Pillar turned in a solid .231/.277/.415 slash line with 15 homers and 47 RBI in 2021. On a more negative note, the impending free agent posted poor walk (3.2 percent) and strikeout (23.3 percent) rates.
Kevin Pillar went 2-for-4 with a grand slam home run, and a stolen base as the Mets won 13-6 Sunday over the Nationals.
Pillar has homered in back-to-back games, but he's still not an option in redraft leagues.
Kevin Pillar went 1-for-3 with a two-run homer. The Pillar homer pulled the Mets to within one, but they fell short, and with the loss, Saturday, are 68-68 this season.
Pillar hit fifth in game two of the double header, but he's hitting .220 with a .668 OPS, so he's someone to avoid in redraft leagues.
Kevin Pillar went 1-for-4 with one run, one single, and one strikeout. The Mets won 9-4 on Sunday.
Pillar is hitting .212 with a .641 OPS this season. He's the Mets' fourth outfielder and belongs on Waiver Wires in standard redraft leagues.