Dodgers decline Ohman option

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgers have declined a $2.2 million club option on pitcher Will Ohman for next season.

The left-hander gets a $200,000 buyout and filed for free agency Monday.

He went on the disabled list May 29 with a sore shoulder and didn't make the Dodgers' postseason roster. Ohman, who pitched for the Atlanta Braves last year, had a $1.35 million salary this year with the Dodgers, who purchased his contract from Triple-A Las Vegas in April.