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Dodgers 2020 Grades: Seager, Turner, Lux, Muncy, Hernández, Taylor, Rios, and more!



After winning their first World Series title in 32 years, the Los Angeles Dodgers season is now complete! Now it’s time to start handing out grades for the 2020 season and for the second part of this series, we take a look at the Dodgers infielders.

Note: these grades include the regular season and postseason.

We hand out grades and assess the 2020 campaigns for Corey Seager, Justin Turner, Max Muncy, Kiké Hernández, Chris Taylor, Edwin Rios, Gavin Lux, and more! Plus, a look at the future for each member of the 2020 Dodgers infield.

Here are our end-of-season grades for the 2020 Dodgers infielders:

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A lot of bodies to get through for sure! How do you grade these Dodgers for the 2020 season? Let me know in the comments below!

Grading Scale:

  • A = Elite
  • B = Baller
  • C = Average
  • D = Dude Get It Together
  • F = Fail

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NEXT: 2020 Bullpen Grades

Written by Doug McKain

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  1. I disagree with your C- grade for Lux. I think it should have been a solid D. As in Dude get it together! Lux has guys coming up behind him like Busch that can endanger his career with the Dodgers if he doesn’t get his stroke together.
    I think he will be a Plus hitter in the MLB as he is very young. Remember he signed out of HS so he just turned 23.
    I agree with Muncy as he had injury issues all year and did make a difference in the Playoffs.
    Will they sign Turner? We all think so but ?
    Seager had a Huge year and Boras is his agent so I wonder if they want too many years and too much money? We shall see….

  2. In my view, the potential lineup for next year will feature the loss of Turner and the addition of a hitter for high average like LeMahieu:

    Betts, rf
    Seager, ss
    LeMahieu, 3b
    Bellinger, cf
    Smith, c
    Muncy, 2b
    Pollock, lf
    Rios, 1b
    Peterson, dh

    So, my guess is that Lux will be traded for LeMahieu along with a top young arm like May or Gonsolin plus a top young catcher like Keibert Ruiz or Diego Cartaya.

    • LeMahieu can’t be acquired by trade because he is a free agent and the Yankees will pay whatever it takes to retain him. Furthermore, Friedman is not going to trade multiple young controllable players at the MLB minimum salary for a piece that’s not a high priority.
      If they want a high average hitter, they’ll simple resign Turner which is very likely.

      For acquisitions think bullpen.

  3. DJ LeMahieu is a free agent, so LA will not be trading for him. I do agree, however, that he would be an excellent signing–a great right-handed bat and an excellent fielder. Given the likelihood that Corey Seager, who is represented by Scott Boras, will not accept an extension, unless LA overpays. As much as I like him, if he does not accept a reasonable offer, LA should trade him and see how things fall next off-season when there will be several excellent shortstops available. They have several options at short, including Lux, Taylor, and Hernandez (if he signs). I also like Lindor, but he will not come cheap and is not really an upgrade from Seager.

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