Cody Bellinger caught in latest round of Dodgers’ camp cuts.

GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Dodgers re-assigned four players to their minor league camp: Catcher Shawn Zarraga, first baseman Cody Bellinger, infielder Brandon Hicks and outfielder Corey Brown.

The Dodgers now have 41 players in their major league camp, excluding pitchers Brandon McCarthy, Frankie Montas and Josh Ravin, who are bound to begin the season on the disabled list.

Bellinger made the most notable impression in what little time he saw on the field. The 20-year-old first baseman, who finished last season at Single-A, slashed .417/.563/.625 against a collection of mostly late-inning pitchers, some of whom might have finished last season at Single-A too.

The numbers aren’t as plentiful, but Bellinger was just as impressive with his glove, showing no trouble adapting to the pace of a major league game.

Zarraga, 27, slashed .526/.550/.579 in limited time. He split last season between the Dodgers’ Double-A and Triple-A affiliates.

Brown, 30, who spent last season with the Tampa Bay Rays’ Triple-A affiliate, slashed .250/.387/.292 in 30 plate appearances this spring.

Hicks, 30, who spent last season with the San Francisco Giants’ Triple-A affiliate, slashed .200/.320/.200 in 20 plate appearances.