The 6 most hated Los Angeles Dodgers players of all time

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Andruw Jones

Andruw Jones is a classic “we paid you a lot and you were bad” form of hatred. After 12 seasons with the Atlanta Braves where he was one of the best players in the game while forging a resume as arguably the best defensive center fielder of all time, the Dodgers rewarded him with a two year, $36.2 million contract and, well, his time in LA didn't even last long enough for him to fulfill that short deal.

Coming off a down season by his lofty standards, Jones came to camp with the Dodgers overweight and out of shape. His production in 2008 was truly terrible as he slashed .158/.256/.249 in 238 plate appearances while also missing time with a knee injury. Jones voiced his desire to not be in LA any longer and the two sides negotiated his exit after his one season with the team. He would go on to have a few marginally better (but still not great) seasons elsewhere before retiring.

Look, Jones is a borderline Hall of Famer, no one is taking that away from him. However, no one can look at his time with the Dodgers as anything but an unmitigated disaster, and LA fans certainly remember that.