What went right
The Dodgers had seven individual games in 2013 with a home run and a stolen base, including four by Hanley Ramirez. But the first one of those games was by Hernandez, who turned the trick against Arizona on June 12.
Hernandez hit one of the Dodgers' two home runs as a designated hitter in 2013, and led the team's catchers with a .728 OPS.
What went wrong
Though he had nice power numbers, Hernandez did hit just .208 (10-for-48) with a .291 on-base percentage.
Hernandez had a pair of passed balls in just 98 innings, and had this unfortunate drop of a sure out on June 12 against the Diamondbacks.
He fell behind presumed odd man out Tim Federowicz on the catching depth chart and was designated for assignment on June 14.
Hernandez, who turns 38 in May, is a free agent.