Adrian Gonzalez, who spent the past six seasons in a Dodgers uniform, tweeted afarewell to the organization, his teammates andfans Saturday in the wake of the surprise trade sending him to the Braves.The Dodgers acquired outfielder Matt Kemp, who spent the first nine seasons of his MLB career in Los Angeles, for Gonzalez, pitchers Brandon McCarthy and Scott Kazmir, infielder Charlie Culberson and cash considerations.The Braves announced they havedesignatedGonzalez for a signment.In his farewell, Gonzalez notedhe struggled with whether or not to https://www.royalsedges.com/kansas-city-royals/michael-saunders-jersey lift the no-trade clause in his contract.”Lifting the no-trade clause is the hardest decision I have ever made in my career due to the fact I loved every single second being a Dodger, Jason Hammel Jersey ” Gonzalez wrote.But Gonzalez said he realized “there might not be a spot on the roster for me.”The 35-year-old Gonzalez, who spent 4 1/2 seasons as the Dodgers’ starter at first base, lost his starting role this past seasonto rookie sensation Cody Bellinger.”I want to thank the Dodgers owners for being the best owners I have ever played for,” Gonzalez said. “Also my coaches and teammates because with them we had an amazing five years together. And most importantly to all the Dodgers fans, no wordor phrase can describe how grateful and ble sed I am to have been a part of Ryan Goins Jersey their cheers and support. Thank You for everything to the fans and city of LA. You will always be in my heart.”Thank you @Dodgers organization and fans for all the great years! #Ble sed #Thankful #Dodgers pic.twitter.com/p7FC3pZdzz Adrin Gonzlez (@Adrian_ElTitan) December 16, 2017 The first baseman made an All-Star team and won a Gold Glove with the Dodgers. Hampered by a back injury in 2017, he hit just .242, with three home runs in 252 at-bats.