Copyrighted by Sarah Morris, 2021
Today, the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to a 4year $60 million with their super utility fielder Chris Taylor. After Corey Seager signed his mega deal with the Texas Rangers, the Dodgers’ top priority this offseason was to resign Taylor.
Taylor had a great 2021 season, including the postseason. He can play anywhere. He always had many important hits. Without a good pitching staff, the Dodgers must be better and a more consistent offense in 2022 than during the 2021 season, and Taylor will play an integral role in the Dodger continued success.