Former Dodger signs with Red Sox
Enrique Hernandez was a favourite of the Los Angeles faithful during his time there, but he won't be joining the Dodgers this summer.
A few players from recent Dodgers history will always make fans smile. Hill Rich. Joc Pederson in particular Kiké Hernandez.
The Dodgers could be able to re-sign two of those guys this summer if everything falls into place. One choice, though, is no longer an option.
Kiké Hernandez and the Red Sox have agreed on a one-year, $10 million contract for the 2023 season, according to a report from ESPN's Jeff Passan.
Hernandez spent six seasons with Dodgers manager Dave Roberts playing all outfield positions, batting.240 with a.737 OPS, 68 home runs, and 213 RBI.
Since his batting line in both of his seasons with Boston (.240/.738) is nearly identical to his batting line in college, he appears to be unmatched when it comes to consistency.