The year 2020 will be interesting for Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson. I am taking a break from the cheating scandals and the Hall of Fame voting results to talk about the upcoming season.
The 2020 calendar year started with Pederson and the Dodgers being $1.75M apart in arbitration numbers. For the last several off-seasons he has been subject to trade rumors and this off-season has not been any different. However, it looks like Joc will be in the Dodgers lineup against right-handed pitching starting the 2020 season.
The big question becomes whether the Dodgers just hold on to Pederson for one more season or do they consider a multi-year contract for him.
Should the Dodgers sign Joc Pederson to a multi-year contract this off-season or let him go into free agency next off-season?
— Tim Rogers *??- SDDODGER (@SDDodger) January 19, 2020
It is amazing that over 2,400 fans were split 50/50. This article will take a look at the career of Pederson so far and look at what a fair multi-year contract might look like.
The 2019 Season
All in all, it seems 2019 was Pederson’s best season in the Major Leagues. Last September I wrote about some key improvements he made. Pederson is…