Outfielder who debuted with the Los Angles Dodgers in 2014 and helped the team reach the World Series in 2017.
Following the 2010 MLB Draft, he decided to sign with the Dodgers rather than to matriculate at the University of Southern California. He began his career with one of the Dodgers' farm teams, the Ogden Raptors, and was named a Rookie League, Pioneer League, and Baseball America Rookie All-Star.
While playing for the Pacific Coast League, he was named the league's Most Valuable Player of 2014.
The son of Stu and Shelley Pederson, he grew up in Palo Alto, California, with siblings named Tyger, Champ, and Jacey.
He and Wilton Guerrero were among the first rookie Dodgers players in history to start on the opening day of the season and to retain their starting positions throughout their initial seasons with the team.