Veteran utility infielder Adam Kennedy and the Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to a one-year deal worth $800,000, according to the Los Angeles Times. The deal was rumored yesterday, and could become official as early as Thursday.
Kennedy spent last season with the Seattle Mariners, where his numbers were an unimpressive .234/.277/.355. He can play several positions, seeing time last season at first, second, and third base. In 2002, Kennedy was named MVP of the American League Championship Series while with the Anaheim Angels, who later went on to win the World Series.