The Dodgers are parting ways with another veteran pitcher today, but not in the way they usually have this season. Los Angeles actually received good medical news — in the form of Alex Wood being healthy enough to come off the 60-day disabled list — and as a result had too many available pitchers.

For a franchise that’s set a new MLB standard for players hitting the DL, that’s notable. But it also means Bud Norris will be in search of a new team, in all likelihood. The Dodgers on Tuesday designated the seasoned right-hander to make room on the active roster for Wood.

A contributor in the Dodgers’ unwanted pursuit of that hallowed DL record, Norris ended up not faring especially well with the team. He leaves Los Angeles with a 6.54 ERA (accumulated in nine starts and four relief appearances since being acquired via trade) after he’d performed better with a Braves team that did not exactly need quality pitching production for what it’s going for this season.