Well, that's one way to replace Carl Crawford.
After losing out on Crawford, L.A. is looking for a left fielder that could lead off. While Podsednik hit poorly as a Dodger after coming over July 28 (.262/.313/.336 in 160 plate appearances), he did crank to the tune of a .310/.353/.400 line in 435 PA for the Royals. He also had a .353 OBP in 587 PA for the White Sox in 2009 and stole a combined 65 bases across the two seasons so would make sense as a leadoff man even as he enters his age-35 year.
-- Evan Brunell