Adam Liberatore, Relief Pitcher, Los Angeles Dodgers, #36
Date of Birth: 5/12/1987
Birthplace: Bellflower, California
College: Tennessee Technological University
Adam Liberatore, relief pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2010. After five years in the Rays' minor league system, he was traded to the Dodgers on November 20, 2014. He then spent another season in the minors. As a minor league pitcher from 2010 through part of 2015, he had a 23-16 record, 20 saves, and 327 strikeouts to 121 walks in 339.2 innings in 221 games.
Liberatore pitched in 39 games with the Dodgers in 2015. He had a 4.25 ERA and 29 strikeouts to 9 walks in 29.2 innings. He also pitched in 19 games in the minors.
In 2016, Liberatore had a 3.38 ERA in 58 games with the Dodgers. He finished the season with 2 wins and 2 losses and 47 strikeouts to 17 walks in 42.2 innings. He didn't pitch in the postseason.
Liberatore spent time on the DL and in the minors in 2017, limiting his playing time to just 4 games with the Dodgers. He didn't pitch in the postseason.