By Jon Weisman
Dee Gordon was excitement personified for the Dodgers in 2014, which is part of what makes it hard to see him head off to Miami.
But if you weren’t paying attention, Gordon’s successor at second base, Howie Kendrick, provided his own human highlight reel this year, to go with a career-high .347 on-base percentage and a higher Wins Above Replacement than any second baseman in the National League.
Here’s just a sample of Kendrick’s top moments from the past season.
April 18: Kendrick got two bases on this drive, and then he got two more, for a total of four bases. That’s a home run, kids. In fact, it was his second homer of the game.
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