Former Dodger signs with Red Sox
While Enrique Hernandez was a fan favourite during his time in Los Angeles, he will not be returning to the Dodgers this summer.
Recent Dodgers history has a few names that will forever bring a grin to fans' faces. Hill Rich. Pederson, Joc. Specifically, Kiké Hernandez.
It's possible that if the stars align this summer, the Dodgers will be able to bring back two of those players. However, one option is no longer available.
In a report from ESPN's Jeff Passan, we learn that Kiké Hernandez and the Red Sox have settled on a one-year, $10 million contract for the 2023 season.
Hernandez played in all outfield positions for Dodgers manager Dave Roberts for 6 seasons, hitting.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 almost identical to his batting line in college
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