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Dodgers Fans React to Seeing Their Favorite Players in Different Uniforms

The Los Angeles Dodgers that we’ve come to know and love for the past decade are long gone.

Sadly, that’s the business of sports. We would love to keep everyone till the end of their careers, but that’s not how the MLB works.

However, it does hurt when long-time Dodgers and players who have helped propel the Dodgers to the juggernaut they are no longer a part of the team.

We become so attached to these players, and it’s tough to see them go. It’s even more challenging when a bunch of those players leaves in a span of three off-seasons. Well, that’s the case with the Dodgers, as they have a handful who have left Chavez Ravine to find themselves new homes.

Our Twitter account quote-tweeted a picture of where some of our favorite Dodgers are sporting their new team’s threads.

Yeah, I know; that’s not an easy picture to look at.

Dodger fans let us know how they really felt about the turnover from L.A.

Matt Kemp, a Dodger All-Star and NL MVP candidate, was spectacular to watch in Dodger blue. Everyone was devastated when L.A. traded him to San Diego in 2014.

Joc Pederson was full of life and energy for the Boys in Blue. He was the spark plug and came in clutch when needed. Pederson left L.A. in the winter of 2020 for the Chicago Cubs. Corey Seager left for the Texas Rangers in the 2021 off-season. Seager was the main reason for the Dodgers’ 2020 World Series win and earned NLCS MVP and World Series MVP honors.

Kenley Jansen. A ton of mixed emotions for Jansen, but the numbers don’t lie. He is the all-time saves leader in Dodgers history with 350 saves. He’s come up big in many moments and is one of the greatest Dodgers in team history.

Cody Bellinger and Justin Turner, two of the best Dodgers in recent memory, will no longer don the Dodger blue. L.A. made them both free agents and ultimately did what was best for themselves.

Belli accomplished so much in six seasons with L.A., and J.T. revitalized his career with the Dodgers. Cody is now a Cub, and J.T. will be in Beantown. Both will be missed, and we wish everyone the best in their new homes.

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Ricardo Sandoval

Born and Raised in the East side of Los Angeles. Ricardo is a staff writer at Dodgers Nation and on the LA Sports Report network of sites. He's also a lifelong Dodgers and Lakers fan. Ricardo is an alumnus of CSUN (Go Matadors).

One Comment

  1. I remember when Mike Piazza was traded.. it was such a shock ! The Dodgers had just hung a 50ft banner of Mike at the stadium . It took a long time to forgive you Dodgers.
    You get us to love and support these guys and yank them from our hearts.
    This off season is no different.
    I will never NOT be a Dodger fan.
    But you might see me sporting a Red Sox hat – just in memory.

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