Dodgers: Yasmani Grandal Expresses His Farewell To Los Angeles

Just a few short weeks into the off-season, Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal rejected the Dodgers $17.9 million offer. Earlier this week, NL rival Milwaukee Brewers announced that they have signed the former Dodger to a one-year contract worth $16 million. The deal also includes a $16 million mutual option for 2020 or a $2.25 million buyout.

Tuesday morning, Grandal took to Instagram to bid his farewell to the city of Los Angeles, the fans, and the Dodgers organization.

While it was very thoughtful of Grandal to thank and appreciate the club and fans for his time in Los Angeles, I found it a bit odd that he added “Milwaukee Brewers, Let’s do this! #ThisIsMyCrew”. Come on Yasmani, I understand you’re excited for a new chapter in your life, but save the excitement for another post. That had to be a little bit of shade thrown towards his former team.

Grandal, 30, spent the first three years of his career in San Diego with the Padres followed by a four-year stint in Los Angeles with the Dodgers. During those four seasons, he accumulated a .238 batting average, .790 OPS, 89 long balls, and a 2015 All-Star appearance.

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  1. I would be remiss if I did not acknowledge the fact that Yasmani did alright by us for much of the time he was a Dodger. Unfortunately, his 2018 post-season left quite a bit to be desired. Maybe Yasmani will have better luck wearing his new “crew’s” deeper shade of blue. #Dodgerswillbringitwithorwithout.

    • Dodgers do need to make more contact but remember what boom they had was absolutely necessary and why? Because our pitching staff also surrenders a lot of ‘boom’ as well.