Who Has Played For Brewers And Dodgers?
Brewers and Dodgers players are Phil Bickford, Jimmy Nelson, and Elian Herrera. All three have played only for the Brewers and Dodgers in MLB.
Among all the players, 8 have played only for the two franchises exclusively. There are altogether 88 batters and 43 pitchers who have played for both franchises in MLB history.
Here are some players who played for Milwaukee Brewers and Los Angeles Dodgers in MLB:
|Players Who Played For Brewers and Dodgers||Played Year|
|Brett Anderson||BRE( 2020-2021), LAD ( 2015-2016)|
|Phil Bickford||BRE( 2020-2021), LAD (2021-2023)|
|Jonathan Broxton||BRE ( 2014-2015), LAD (2005-2011)|
|Jimmy Nelson||BRE ( 2013-2019), LAD (2021)|
|John Axford||BRE ( 2009-2021) ,LAD ( 2015-2016)|
|Chris Capuano||BRE ( 2004-2016), LAD (2012-2013)|
|Ronnie Belliard||BRE (1998-2002), LAD (2009-2010)|
|Randy Wolf||BRE (1998-2002), LAD (2007-2009)|
1. Brett Anderson
Brett Anderson played for both franchises for a year. He was with the Dodgers from 2015 to 2016 where he played 33 games with 50 at-bats.
He joined the Brewers in 2020 and played there till 2021 where he was featured in 24 games.
2. Phil Bickford
Bickford has played for only two clubs in MLB history. He joined the Brewers in 2020 where he played a single game and later left for the Dodgers in 2021.
With the Dodgers, he has played a total of 57 games in two and half seasons with a batting average of .333.
3. Jonathan Broxton
Broxton stayed with the Brewers in the 2014 and 2015 seasons. Before joining the Brewers in 2011, he used to play for the Dodgers where he spent six years.
He has played 373 games for the Dodgers and 47 for the Brewers in MLB.
4. Jimmy Nelson
Jimmy Nelson joined the Brewers in 2013 and played there for six years till 2019. He played a total of 111 games with 188 at-bats and a .101 batting average.
He later joined the Dodgers in 2021 where he played for a year with 26 appearances with the club.
5. John Axford
John Axford has played for several clubs including Brewers and Dodgers.
He played for the Brewers from 2009 to 2013 and again returned to the club in 2021. He has a total of 255 appearances for the franchise with a .212 batting average and 800 at-bats.
He played for the Dodgers in the 2018 season with only 5 appearances with the club.