How Tall Is Chris Taylor?
Chris Taylor stands at a height of 1.85 m
Chris Taylor Dodgers Career
Zack Lee was sent to Los Angeles as part of a deal that sent Taylor to the Dodgers on June 19, 2016. As a result of this transaction, General Manager Jerry Dipoto called it “easily the worst deal I’ve ever made.”
A grand slam against Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Silvino Bracho on July 15, 2016, was Taylor’s first major league home run.
He also had a double, a triple, six runs scored, and just missed out on a home run.
After Preston Ward and Chico Fernández, he was only the third Dodger second baseman to record six RBIs in a game (the other two were Preston Ward and Chico Fernández) (Billy Herman in 1943 and Jackie Robinson in 1949).
As a member of the Dodgers, he appeared in 34 games last year, with one home run and seven RBIs, mostly at shortstop.
While in spring training in 2017, Taylor was unable to make the team and was sent to Oklahoma City, where he batted .233 with one home run and five RBIs in 43 at-bats.
A day after being called up, he was assigned to the Dodgers. Taylor drove in Logan Forsythe for the game-winning run on July 6 in a 5-4 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks.
For the 2017 season, he batted .288, .354, and .496 in 514 at-bats while dividing time between the outfields of center and left and the positions of second base, shortstop, and third base.