Dodgers' Star Francisco 'Chico' Herrera Joins Stryker & Klein to Talk About His Chances of Joining the Team

July 17, 2020
Francisco 'Chico' Herrera

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Baseball hasn't officially started, but the Dodgers already have a star on their squad, well atleast their intrasquad. The Dodgers' clubhouse attendant, Francisco 'Chico' Herrera, is making a name for himself with his shotgun of an arm and stellar outfield play. Chico joined Stryker and Klein to talk about his chances of getting on the official roster this year.

He admits the possibilty of joining the team isn't very high, but he's staying in game shape just in case Dave Roberts calls his number. Stryker and Klein did their best to gas the guy up, yet Chico remained humble. How many clubhouse attendants can say they gunned down Chris Taylor at second and robbed Mookie Betts of a base hit to set up a double-play? 

The Hollywood native attended Hollywood High and played shortstop at Los Angeles Valley College. He actually got the gig as a Dodger bat boy through his cousin and moved up through the ranks. LA is hoping that eventually leads to him joining the team on opening day, July 23rd against the rival San Francisco Giants.

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