Newly acquired Los Angeles Dodgers starter Ricky Nolasco will debut with his new team in a start Tuesday, according to Ken Gurnick of Dodgers.com. Chris Capuano will be sent to the Dodgers' bullpen to correspond with the transaction.
Nolasco will be pitching on normal rest when he makes his Los Angeles debut Tuesday on the road against the Arizona Diamondbacks. His last start for the Miami Marlins was Wednesday, a seven-inning outing in which he gave up two earned runs, struck out seven and didn't issue a walk.
The Dodgers acquired Nolasco on Friday in exchange for three minor-league pitchers: Steven Ames, Josh Wall and Angel Sanchez. The Dodgers also acquired international signing bonus slot No. 96, valued at $197,000.
Nolasco has a 3.85 ERA in 112⅓ innings pitched so far this season. He has 90 strikeouts and 25 walks and has only walked more than two batters in two of his 18 starts. Nolasco will be a free agent at the end of the season.