Jerry Hairston

Los Angeles Dodgers #6 - Short Stop

  • Born: 05/29/76
  • Age: 37
  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 190

Hairston retires, to join TV crew

The utility man had a 16-year major league career with nine different teams, including his final two seasons with the Dodgers. He has retired and will reportedly join the Dodgers television broadcast team in 2014, as a pre- and post-game analyst.

2013 Dodgers review: Jerry Hairston Jr.

A look back at the 2013 of utility man Jerry Hairston, who was left off the Dodgers playoff roster in October.

Ethier won't play this weekend, NLDS in doubt

Will Dodgers outfielder Andre Ethier be ready to contribute in the playoffs after just one major league plate appearance in three weeks?

Gonzalez out with sore quad

Gonzalez, who leads the Dodgers with 147 games played this year, is available to pinch hit and possibly play the field if needed on Thursday.

Clayton Kershaw on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Kershaw in his appearance on the ABC late night show on Monday announced a charity ping pong tournament to be held at Dodger Stadium on Thursday, Aug. 29.

Puig All-Star support gaining steam

The 22-year-old outfielder has only played 20 games, but there is growing sentiment that he belongs at Citi Field in New York on July 16 for the midsummer classic.

Hairston activated, Gordon optioned to Triple-A

Hairston last played on May 5, and was on the disabled list with a left groin strain. Gordon hit .175/.278/.254 in 19 games with Los Angeles.

Kemp sits out finale

Kemp, in a 5-for-31 (.161) slump with 15 strikeouts in his last eight games, is the only Dodger to appear in every game this season. Sunday is the second game he didn't start.

Hairston completes rehab assignment with Quakes

Hairston went 0-for-5 in his two games with the Quakes and played both third base and left field.

Hairston rehabbing with Quakes Friday & Saturday

Jerry Hairston Jr. last played with the Dodgers on May 5. The utility man was placed on the 15-day disabled list on May 7 with a left groin strain, then during rehab also hurt his left knee.

Cruz odd man out

Luis Cruz has 21 plate appearances in his last 17 games, including just four starts during that span.

Punto power

Nick Punto on Friday will become the 1,487th player in major league history (1871-present) to play in 1,000 games.

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