Chris Taylor: (2016-21 2B, SS, CF, LF)
Brought to the Dodgers in 2016 via a trade with the Seattle Mariners, Chris Taylor has been a huge asset, filling in wherever he is needed on the field.
Taylor has started at least 20 games at second, shortstop, center, and left field in his career, and has also given the Dodgers 50 games at shortstop, center, and left field. At the plate, Taylor has driven in 50 runs three times and hit over 10 home runs three times as well (he is likely to reach 10 home runs in 2021, too).
In the playoffs, Taylor has been just as clutch with both his bat and his glove. In 2017, Taylor was named Co-MVP of the NLCS, hitting .316, scoring five runs and hitting two home runs in a five-game win that led to the Dodgers to their first NL pennant in 29 years.
In 2018 ,Taylor made the play of the game in Game 7 of the NLCS against the Milwaukee Brewers. Up 2-1 in the bottom of the fifth with a runner on second base, Julio Urias gave up a fly ball that looked like it would tie the game — only to watch Taylor run down the ball and dive to make the catch, ending the inning and keep the Dodgers ahead. The next inning, the Dodgers padded their lead and the Brewers were never in it again as the Dodgers clinched the pennant.