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By Jon Weisman

Faster than Murphy Brown with her secretaries (if you’re under 30, ask your parents), the Dodgers have rotated the final spot on their 40-man roster yet again.

Designated for assignment is Daniel Corcino (who replaced Ryan Dennick, who replaced David Huff), and arriving from the Washington Nationals in exchange for cash considerations is left-handed reliever Xavier Cedeno.

The 28-year-old Cedeno has a lifetime 4.30 FIP with 54 strikeouts against 93 baserunners in 55 Major League innings. In Triple-A last season, Cedeno had a 0.864 WHIP and 13.0 K/9.

Cedeno struck out Adrian Gonzalez with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th inning of the Dodgers’ marathon 8-5 loss September 3 to the Nationals.

Note: The Dodgers have also released pitcher Freddy Garcia from Triple-A Oklahoma City.