1. Boston Red Sox - 5 former Dodgers
After facing each other in the 2018 World Series, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox have seemingly swapped places. The Dodgers have brought in several former Red Sox (including controversial video employees) while the Red Sox have brought in even more former Dodgers.
If Connor Wong counted for this exercise, the Red Sox would be at six former Dodgers. Heck, if Brad Miller counted for his short stint in Spring Training, it would be seven. Five is still enough to take the cake for most in MLB.
Alex Verdugo (joined before 2020 season)
Alex Verdugo didn't have a choice to go to the Boston Red Sox as he was the main return in the Mookie Betts trade. Remember when Red Sox fans tried saying they got the better end of the deal because Verdugo did well in the shortened 2020 season, even though the Dodgers won the World Series? Fun times.
Enrique Hernandez (joined prior to 2021 season)
After winning the World Series with one of the most important swings of the entire playoffs, Enrique Hernandez broke many fans' hearts when he moved across the country to join the Red Sox. Even though he's no longer a Dodger, Hernandez is more beloved than most players actually in LA.
Justin Turner (joined before 2023 season)
Talk about a beloved former Dodger going to Boston. Outside of Clayton Kershaw, Justin Turner is easily the most revered Dodger from the team's decade-long playoff streak. He was the face of the offense during that Dodgers era, which is now officially over.
Kenley Jansen (joined before 2023 season)
Kenley Jansen got way more flak than he should have when he was with the Dodgers. He was elite for so long that when he started to slip up a tad, everyone took for granted how good he still was. Fans realized how hard it is to get an elite closer in 2022 with Craig Kimbrel, and now the Dodgers don't even have a closer.
Chris Martin (joined before 2023 season)
Chris Martin was a trade deadline acquisition in 2022 and he was great for the Dodgers. There were already seeds planted there and the Dodgers did the right watering and harvesting to make Martin one of the most intriguing bullpen arms on the free-agent market this winter. He signed a two-year deal with the Red Sox last month.