May 4, 2012, 9:40 AM EDT
Since he’s still being paid $9 million this year by Anaheim, I’ll assume this is a minimum dollars deal. If Abreu can flash some of his historically good on base ability, he could be a useful bench bat. If, however, his current line of .208/.259/.333 is the new normal, well, no.
But really, it’s a no-risk move for the Dodgers.
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