Already charging toward a franchise record for victories, the Dodgers continue to tweak and improve their roster. The latest addition is outfielder
Granderson, 36, has hit 19 home runs with an .815 on-base plus slugging percentage for the Mets. He has played all three outfield positions, though he primarily handles the corners.
Granderson is a left-handed batter who could add pressure to slumping center fielder
Pederson went one for three with a double in Friday's victory against the
Granderson could also aid the team off the bench.
Granderson told reporters Friday night he had mixed emotions about the trade.
"I was excited, looking forward to the rest of the season," he said of playing for the Mets. "This changes some things up a little bit for me, but, excited, still going to come out ready to play. I'm going to try my best to help that team just like I was trying my best to help this team out. Looking forward to it."
Associated Press contributed to this report.