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By Jon Weisman

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Ten-year MLB veteran righty Mike Adams, who had a 2.89 ERA with 21 strikeouts in 18 2/3 innings for the Phillies last year, has joined the Dodgers on a minor-league deal with an invite to big-league camp.

In his career, Adams has a 2.41 ERA with 9.0 strikeouts per nine innings — from 2009-11, his ERA was 1.42 in 177 1/3 innings with 192 whiffs. He was sidelined from early June until September last year with a shoulder injury.

Adams will wear No. 0, positioning him to become the second active Major Leaguer to wear that number for the Dodgers, after Al Oliver in 1985. (Brian Wilson wore No. 00.)

The 6-foot-5 righty will compete for a spot on the Dodger bullpen with such other righties as Pedro Baez, Yimi Garcia, David Aardsma, Chad Gaudin and Sergio Santos.