Today, we look at second base as we continue our series on the Dodgers of the Decade team. Each article will contain a poll where True Blue LA readers will get to vote for their choice.
As a reminder, the qualifications to make this ballot for a position player is a minimum 100 games played at that position. And this week, that minimum created the largest number of players so far in this series.
Many Dodgers played second in the past decade. Jamey Carroll played second in 2010 and 2011. Mark Ellis followed, playing second base in 2012 and 2013.
Dee Gordon moved over to second and had a fine year there in 2014.
After that, the position is covered primarily by four players: Howie Kendrick, Chase Utley Kiké Hernández and Logan Forsythe. The first three all played second base in both 2015 and 2016.
After Kendrick was traded to the Phillies, Forsythe played second with Utley and Hernández in 2017 and 2018. Brian Dozier joined the team at the 2018 trade deadline and played second from that point on.