AJ Pollock Los Angeles Dodgers Career
The Los Angeles Dodgers announced on January 26th, 2019, that they had signed Pollock to a four-year deal with an additional year’s player option.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts placed A.J. Pollock on the injured list on April 30, citing discomfort in his right elbow.
On July 12, Pollock did not rejoin the team. For the rest of the season, the Dodgers shifted Pollock to left field.
He played in 86 games and batted.266/.327/.468 with 15 homers and 47 RBIs for the season as a whole.
A pandemic of COVID-19 cut short the 2020 season, although Pollock was able to play in 55 of the Dodgers’ 60 games.
AJ Pollock hit his 100th career home run on September 16 against the San Diego Padres’ Adrián Morejón.
He had a career-low batting average of .276 and a career-high batting average of.566 with 16 home runs and 34 RBIs.
There were six games in the 2020 World Series, which the Los Angeles Dodgers won in six games, and Pollock had one hit (a double) in the Wild Card Series, three hits in the NLDS, four hits in the NLCS, and one hit (a double) in six at-bats.
He hit two home runs (including a slam-dunk) and a career-high eight RBI on May 2, 2021, against the Milwaukee Brewers.
A four-game hitting streak, a .391/.462/1.043 batting average, three doubles, four home runs, and four RBI earned Pollock the title of player of the week from July 5–11, 2021.
Pollock batted .297 in 2021, hitting 21 home runs and driving in 69 runs.
When it came to the post-season, the 2021 NL wild-card game was hitless, with three hits in 11 at-bats (.273) across four games in the NLDS, and eight hits in 21 at-bats (.381) with two home runs in the 2021 NLCS.
How Tall Is AJ Pollock?
AJ Pollock’s height is 1.85 m