Alex Verdugo reacts to former Dodgers teammate Kiké Hernandez joining Red Sox

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Verdugo reacts to former Dodgers teammate joining Sox originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

The Boston Red Sox reportedly agreed to a two-year deal with Kiké Hernandez on Friday night, and Alex Verdugo approves.

Verdugo was Hernandez's teammate on the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2017-19, and now the two will be reunited in Boston. After reading the news on Twitter, the Red Sox outfielder shared his thoughts on Instagram.

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"Reunited and it feels so good," Verdugo wrote.

Looks like Verdugo is thrilled to have Hernandez back in the clubhouse.

Hernandez has spent the last six seasons with the Dodgers as a utility man, primarily used at second base and in the outfield. The 29-year-old has played every position except catcher during his career but likely will mainly be used at second with the Red Sox in 2021.

Last year with the World Series champions, Hernandez hit .230 with 5 home runs and a .680 OPS.