Labels: 2008 Regular Season, 40-year-old, Cleveland Indians, Health Status, Jeff Kent, Long-Term Solution, Los Angeles Dodgers, Retirement, Second-base
Despite the Dodgers' 6-4 loss to the Cleveland Indians, Jeff Kent had a decent game. The 40-year-old veteran made contact for a pair of doubles and RBIs. He has been having a sensational season considering his current age and health status. However, the Dodgers must begin looking for a long-term solution at second-base because Kent will probably retire at the close of the 2008 Regular Season.
Update: Is the answer Delwyn Young? I think so. To read more about my opinion on Delwyn Young, please read an extensive article on my other blog, naming "Delwyn Young: The Successor."