For nine seasons, Sergio Romo called San Francisco home.
On Monday, the 34-year-old reliever makes his first trip back to AT&T Park wearing Dodger blue.
What kind of reception does Romo expect to receive from Giants fans? The three-time World Series champion addressed that while talking to reporters before the Dodgers' game in Arizona on Sunday.
"I don't expect them to boo. I do expect them to know I'm not on their side anymore," Romo said according to Orange Country Register beat writer Bill Plunkett.
Romo hopes that Giants fans will remember the three Commissioner's Trophies he helped bring to San Francisco.
"I don't know what to expect. What I'm hoping for is that people remember what I did and understand I didn't leave them out of spite," Romo said.
After spending most of the offseason unsigned, Romo inked a one-year, $3 million deal with the Dodgers in February. In seven appearances this season, Romo has a 11.81 ERA in 5.1 innings.
Romo: "I don't know what to expect. What I'm hoping for is that people remember what I did and understand I didn't leave them out of spite"— Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) April 23, 2017