The Dodgers made two minor trades Thursday morning, none involving Matt Kemp.
They sent Matt Long to the Angels to complete the trade for catcher Drew Butera. Then they traded Long and pitcher Jarrett Martin for minor-league catcher Shawn Zarraga. None of the players involved are on the 40-man roster.
Zarraga, who turns 26 in January, was born in Aruba. He reached Triple-A in 2014, his seventh pro season, and batted .213/.304/.255 in 17 games. Zarraga has spent his entire career in the Milwaukee organization and batted .283/.376/.371.
Defensively, Zarraga was charged with two passed balls in 67 games last season and threw out 16 of 47 attempted base-stealers.
Zarraga was a 44th-round draft pick by the Brewers in the 2007 draft.
The Dodgers outrighted left-handed pitcher Jarret Martin to their Triple-A Oklahoma City roster today. Martin, who went 1-1 with seven saves and a 3.29 ERA in 46 relief appearances for Double-A Chattanooga in 2014, was designated for assignment on Nov. 22, when the club acquired pitcher Mike Bolsinger from Arizona.