Amid a flury of high-profile trades over the weekend, the Los Angeles Dodgers picked up a Mission Viejo alum.
Infielder Nick Punto played for the Mustangs, and then for Gauchos.
L.A. will be the closest Punto's been to home in 11 years, which he's spent playing for various teams east of the Rockies.
In 2001, Punto was picked up by the Philadelphia Phillies. The Minnesota Twins chose him in 2004, and he was on the St. Louis Cardinals for one season.
Most recently Punto played for the Boston Red Sox, where he earned $3 million for a two-year contract and played second base, third base, shortstop and occassionally first base.
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