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Former Dodgers Update: How are Kiké Hernández, Joc Pederson Dylan Floro & More Doing?



With Major League Baseball having completed one-third of their season, we take a look at how some former Dodgers from last year’s team are doing with their new teams. First, we check in on how Kiké Hernández and Joc Pederson are doing and discuss if the Dodgers would have a better record if either of them were still in L.A.

Next, we round up some other members from last year’s club including Alex Wood, Pedro Baez, Jake McGee, and Adam Kolarek. Plus, did Andrew Friedman make a big mistake by trading Dylan Floro to the Miami Marlins for LHP Alex Vessia and RHP Kyle Hurt?

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Join your DNpostgame host Doug McKain while we break down all the latest with your LA Dodgers. We use our 850,000 fans from Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook to gain insight into what the fans are thinking and do our best to represent all perspectives in the Dodgers Community!

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  1. There was no reason to trade Dylan Floro. Vesia has not been impressive, and who knows if he will ever gain command. The Dodgers very likely would be better off without that trade.

  2. Joc is for me, the former Dodger I want back on the team….

    Why is our Mgr. “Not Concerned” when a problem with a player poops up….Kinda reminds me of
    Alfred E. Newman…”What me worry!!!”

  3. I wish them all well. Verdugo always had big upside and I was impressed at his fearless approach at the plate. Mookie’s slow very start is making it hard to forget him too. I’m glad he is doing well with Kike in Boston.

  4. I want Joc back too. If we have to play the Cubs in the playoffs we’re going to be sorry we let Joc go. If it was up to me he would be our left fielder right now. I am sure he would have stayed if he was felt he would have an every day job or at least 80% playing time. The criticism that he couldn’t hit left handers was unfair because he was never given a fair chance. When he is hitting homers the way he is now for the past 4 games with the Cubs it doesn’t who is pitching. When he is hot he’s hot. Get Joc back or he is going to kill us in the playoffs. He is money in the playoffs.

  5. Yeah, the short stop we got from Cincy, that was part of the trade Jeter Downs, just hit two homeruns yesterday….I hated that trade…yeah it bought us a World Series…..still….we gave up to much….

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