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Dodgers: Kiké Hernandez Shows Off Quarantine Tattoos

The Dodgers’ superutlity man is spending his offtime well on Instgram.



Dodgers players are all dealing with this forced hiatus from baseball in different ways. Some are focused on staying in game shape and keeping up with drills. Others have taken to relaxing and making the most of family time or catching up on Netflix. 

Then there is the Dodgers’ super-utility man Kiké Hernandez. Kiké took to Instagram a few days ago to flex some of his new tattoos, sort of. Not sure where he got his hands on such cool fake tattoos, but here we are. 

Is it just me or is this kind of a great look for Kiké? The man can pull it off, that’s for sure. Don’t ask what’s with the walk, I have no idea what’s happening here. 

Kiké has spent the last five seasons with the Dodgers after coming over in a trade from Miami. That trade saw Dee Gordon, Dan Haren, and Miguel Rojas go over to the Marlins. Since then, he has spent some time in and out of the lineup in a super-utility type of role.

Kiké has played every position on the diamond with the exception of catcher. He pitched in one game back in 2018 and gave up three earned runs en route to a loss in which the Dodgers lost on a walk-off. 

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.

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