Aj Pollock, a former Dodgers World Series champion, achieves a baseball milestone.

A significant accomplishment in and of itself is making it to the MLB. Aj Pollock of the Chicago White Sox,

who played outfield for the Dodgers from 2019 to 2021, reached a baseball milestone as he started his 11th season in the league.

With the Dodgers for three seasons, Pollock amassed 51 home runs and a.280 batting average. Moreover, Pollock was a member of the 2020 World Series winning squad.

Pollock played for the Diamondbacks for seven seasons, where he spent the most of his playing career. 

 In 2015, when he had 20 home runs, 111 RBIs, and earned a Golden Glove, Pollock made his sole All-Star appearance.

Even though his time with the Dodgers was brief, his influence on his teammates was felt when he was dealt for Craig Kimbrel, a player whose problems have been making the rounds in the Dodgers media.


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