Dodgers: The Worst Trade in Recent History, A Glimpse at Renovations, Possible Start Dates, and More!

All of the top Dodgers news from this week in baseball.

It was a quiet week for the Dodgers in the news, but not so much Major League Baseball. There were plans discussed to move games to Arizona, as well as an idea of playing games in Japan. The league has, of course, been silent on the matter and released very little information thus far.

This week, we also revisited one of the worst trades in recent Dodgers’ history. We are of course referring to the infamous Yordan Alvarez trade that brought Josh Fields to Los Angeles. That trade resulted in the Astros getting a Rookie of the Year award winner in exchange for a guy that’s not even playing baseball lately.

Dodgers: That Time LA Traded a Rookie of the Year for A Guy Now Out of Baseball

We also got a look at some stadium renovations this week, which was an exciting change of pace. The stadium construction slowed down with the hit of the coronavirus, but that has not stopped crews from working entirely. In the new drone footage released, you can see that a lot of the pavilions look completed.

Dodgers: A Quick Glimpse at the Latest with the Dodger Stadium Renovation

Speaking of the coronavirus, one Dodgers player appears to be using his time well during this hiatus. Kiké Hernandez took to Instagram to post his new quarantine ‘tattoos’ that he has been sporting. Check them out for yourself, we’ll let you be the judge.

Dodgers: Kiké Hernandez Shows Off Quarantine Tattoos

Some Other News

All of that and SO much more over at Dodgers Nation! Make sure to check back daily for the latest in baseball news.

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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  1. Jordan Alvarez cheated so 2019 don’t say anything.We’ll see his next season but since he can only dh Dodgers couldn’t really use him and he would have never had a chance in the big leagues.He’ll probably end up just a bench player.

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