Dodgers add right-hander Daniel Hudson to roster ahead of opener vs. San Diego in Seoul, South Korea

Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Daniel Hudson participates in spring training baseball workouts at Camelback Ranch in Phoenix, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2024. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

The Los Angeles Dodgers selected the contract of right-hander Daniel Hudson from Triple-A Oklahoma City ahead of their opener Wednesday against the San Diego Padres at Seoul, South Korea.

To open a roster spot, the Dodgers designated infielder Andre Lipcius for assignment on Saturday.

Hudson, 37, gets a $2 million, one-year contract. He had one save in three appearances last year before a season-ending sprain of his right MCL on July 5. He tore the ACL in his left knee on June 24, 2022, against Atlanta.

He is 59-43 with a 3.79 ERA and 33 saves in 13 seasons with the Chicago White Sox (2009-10), Arizona (2010-16), Pittsburgh (2017), the Dodgers (2018, 2022-24), Toronto (2019), Washington (2019-21) and San Diego (2021).