The Dodgers have outrighted outfielder Terrance Gore to Triple-A, according to the MLB.com transactions page. This is the second time Gore has been removed from the 40-man roster this season, having previously been outrighted back in August.
Gore signed a minor league deal with L.A. back in February and made the team’s Opening Day roster, but appeared in only two games before being designated for assignment. There was some speculation that the Dodgers could use Gore as a pinch-running specialist during the playoffs (as the Royals did with Gore in both 2014 and 2015), but he was never included on a postseason roster.
Gore has now appeared in parts of seven Major League seasons, primarily as a pinch-runner and late-game defensive substitute. Through 102 career games with the Dodgers, Cubs, and Royals, Gore has only 77 plate appearances, 58 of them coming with Kansas City in 2019.