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Dodgers’ Jewish phenom Joc Pederson gets first Major League hit [VIDEO]

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3 weeks ago

Los Angeles Dodgers outfielders Carl Crawford (3), Matt Kemp (27) and Joc Pederson (65) celebrate at the end of the game against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium. Photo by Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

It wasn't pretty – but the beginning of the Joc Pederson era began with a flare last night. With two outs, nobody on and a 2-2 count the young center-fielder hit a blooper over Washington Nationals' second baseman Asdrúbal Cabrera for his first major league hit. Watch the video below:

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