1. Best Dodgers right fielders: Shawn Green
Shawn Green was already a star when he came over from Toronto in the Raul Mondesi trade. He had already put up a 35/35 season, and was coming off of a 42 homer campaign where he led the AL in doubles and total bases.
Green had a bit of a down year upon arrival in LA, but still went 20/20 with 44 doubles and 99 RBI. He returned to form in 2001, hitting .297 with a Dodger record 49 home runs, driving in 125, and stealing 20 bases. He followed the 2001 season with an All-Star 40+ homer campaign, and achieved the feat he is perhaps best known for.
On May 23rd 2002, Green had perhaps the best day at the plate in baseball history, going 6-6 with four homers and a double, setting the single game record with 19 total bases.
His power numbers took a hit the following year as he played the whole season with a severe shoulder injury, but he still managed to hit .280 and hit a career high 49 doubles.
Green primarily shifted over to first base for the 2004 season, and he regained some of his power stroke, albeit at the cost of his average. He also hit three homers in just 16 postseason at bats.
Green was traded to Arizona prior to the 2005 season and traded to the Mets during the 2006 season. He finished his Dodger career with a .280 average, 183 doubles, 162 homers, 63 steals, and an .876 OPS. Green was also noted for his defense and throwing arm, winning a Gold Glove in Toronto and getting as many as 14 outfield assists in a season.