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T E A M  H I S T O R Y

BROOKLYN DODGERS
National League, 1890-1957
AKA Brooklyn Bridegrooms (II) 1890-1898, Hanlon's Superbas 1899-1910, Brooklyn Robins 1914-1931
**Merged with the Brooklyn Wonders of the Players League in 1891 and with the Baltimore Orioles (II) of the National League in 1900**
N.L. Champion - 1890, 1899, 1916, 1920, 1941, 1947, 1949, 1952-53, 1955-56
World Series Champion - 1955


LOS ANGELES DODGERS
National League, 1958-present
N. L. West Champion - 1974, 1977-1978, 1981(1), 1983, 1985, 1988, 1995
N. L. Wild Card - 1996

N.L. Champion - 1959, 1963, 1965-1966, 1974, 1977-78, 1981, 1988
World Series Champion - 1959, 1963, 1965, 1981, 1988

R E T I R E D  N U M B E R S

1 Pee Wee Reese  
2 Tommy Lasorda  
4 Duke Snider  
19 Jim Gilliam  
20 Don Sutton  
24 Walter Alston (Manager)  
32 Sandy Koufax  
39 Roy Campanella  
42 Jackie Robinson  
53 Don Drysdale  

D O D G E R S  L E A D E R S

Batting Leaders (through the 1999 season)
Bold = Current Player
with the Dodgers

Batting Average (min. 500 games)

Runs Scored

Hits

Babe Herman (.339)

Pee Wee Reese (1,338)

Zack Wheat (2,804)

Jack Fournier (.337)

Zack Wheat (1,255)

Pee Wee Reese (2,170)

Mike Piazza (.331)

Duke Snider (1,199)

Willie Davis (2,091)

Zack Wheat (.317)

Jim Gilliam (1,163)

Duke Snider (1,995)

Babe Phelps (.315)

Gil Hodges (1,088)

Steve Garvey (1,968)

     

Doubles

Triples

Home Runs

Zack Wheat (464)

Zack Wheat (171)

Duke Snider (389)

Duke Snider (343)

Willie Davis (110)

Gil Hodges (361)

Steve Garvey (333)

Hy Myers (97)

Roy Campanella (242)

Pee Wee Reese (330)

Jake Daubert (87)

Ron Cey (228)

Carl Furillo (324)

John Hummel & Duke Snider (82)

Steve Garvey & Eric Karros (211)

     

Runs Batted In

Stolen Bases

Games Played

Duke Snider (1,271)

Maury Wills (490)

Zack Wheat (2,322)

Gil Hodges (1,254)

Davey Lopes (418)

Bill Russell (2,181)

Zack Wheat (1,210)

Willie Davis (335)

Pee Wee Reese (2,166)

Carl Furillo (1,058)

Steve Sax (290)

Gil Hodges (2,006)

Steve Garvey (992)

Pee Wee Reese (232)

Jim Gilliam (1,956)


Pitching Leaders (through the 1999 season)
Bold = Current Player with the Dodgers

Earned Run Average (min. 500 IP)

Wins

Games Started

WHIP (BB+H/IP)(min. 500 IP)

Jeff Pfeffer (2.31)

Don Sutton (233)

Don Sutton (533)

Andy Messersmith (1.105)

Nap Rucker (2.42)

Don Drysdale (209)

Don Drysdale (465)

Sandy Koufax (1.106)

Larry Cheney (2.45)

Dazzy Vance (190)

Claude Osteen (335)

Don Sutton (1.123)

Ron Perranoski (2.56)

Sandy Koufax (165)

Dazzy Vance (326)

Rube Marquard (1.127)

Rube Marquard (2.58)

Burleigh Grimes (158)

Fernando Valenzuela (320)

Jim Brewer (1.129)

       

Strikeouts

Saves

Innings Pitched

Shutouts

Don Sutton (2,696)

Todd Worrell (127)

Don Sutton (3,816)

Don Sutton (52)

Don Drysdale (2,486)

Jim Brewer (125)

Don Drysdale (3,432)

Don Drysdale (49)

Sandy Koufax (2,396)

Ron Perranoski (101

Dazzy Vance (2,758)

Sandy Koufax (40)

Dazzy Vance (1,918)

Jay Howell (85)

Burleigh Grimes (2,426)

Nap Rucker (38)

Fernando Valenzuela (1,759)

Clem Labine (83)

Claude Osteen (2,397)

Claude Osteen (34)

A W A R D S  W O N

N. L. MVP D. Camilli, 1941
Jackie Robinson, 1949
Roy Campanella, 1951, 1953, 1955
Don Newcombe, 1956
Maury Wills, 1962
Sandy Koufax, 1963
Steve Garvey, 1974
Kirk Gibson, 1988
 
Cy Young Award Don Newcombe, 1956
Don Drysdale, 1962
Sandy Koufax, 1963, 1965-1966
Mike Marshall, 1974
Fernando Valenzuela, 1981
Orel Hershiser, 1988
 
Rookie of the Year Jackie Robinson, 1947
Don Newcombe, 1949
J. Black, 1952
Jim Gilliam, 1953
Frank Howard, 1960
Jim Lefebvre, 1965
T. Sizemore, 1969
Rick Sutcliffe, 1979
Steve Howe, 1980
Fernando Valenzuela, 1981
Steve Sax, 1982
Eric Karros, 1992
Mike Piazza, 1993
Raul Mondesi, 1994
Hideo Nomo, 1995
Todd Hollandsworth, 1996
 
Gold Glove Award Fernando Valenzuela (P), 1986
Orel Hershiser (P), 1988
J. Roseboro (C), 1961
Charles Johnson (C), 1998
Gil Hodges (1B), 1958-1959
Wes Parker (1B), 1967-1972
Steve Garvey (1B), 1974-1977
C. Neal (2B), 1959
Davey Lopes (2B), 1978
Maury Wills (SS), 1961-1962
W. Moon (OF), 1960
W. Davis (OF), 1971-1973
Dusty Baker (OF), 1981
Raul Mondesi (OF), 1995, 1997
 
Silver Slugger Award Dusty Baker (OF), 1980-1981
Pedro Guerrero (OF), 1982
Fernando Valenzuela (P), 1983
Steve Sax (2B), 1986
Kirk Gibson (OF), 1988
Tim Leary (P), 1988
Eddie Murray (1B), 1990
Mike Piazza (C), 1993-1997
Orel Hershiser (P), 1993
Eric Karros (1B), 1995
 
Roberto Clemente Man of the Year Steve Garvey, 1981  
Manger of the Year Tommy Lasorda, 1983, 1988  
N. L. Batting Champion Jake Daubert, 1913-1914
Zack Wheat, 1918
Lefty O'Doul, 1932
Pete Reiser, 1941
Dixie Walker, 1944
Jackie Robinson, 1949
Carl Furillo, 1953
Tommy Davis, 1962-1963
 
N. L. Home Run Champion Jimmy Sheckard, 1903
Harry Lumley, 1904
Tim Jordan, 1906, 1908
Jack Fournier, 1924
Dolph Camilli, 1941
Duke Snider, 1956
 
N. L. RBI Champion Hy Myers, 1919
Dolph Camilli, 1941
Dixie Walker, 1945
Roy Campanella, 1953
Duke Snider, 1955
Tommy Davis, 1962
 
N. L. Stolen Base Champion Jimmy Sheckard, 1903*
Pete Reiser, 1942, 1946
Arky Vaughan, 1943
Jackie Robinson, 1947, 1949
Pee Wee Reese, 1952
Maury Wills, 1960-1965
Davey Lopes, 1975-1976
 
30/30 Club Raul Mondesi (30 HR - 32 SB), 1997  
N. L. ERA Champion Dazzy Vance, 1924, 1928, 1930
Johnny Podres, 1957
Sandy Koufax, 1962-1966
Don Sutton, 1980
Alejandro Pena, 1984
 
N. L. Strikeout Champion Burleigh Grimes, 1921
Dazzy Vance, 1922-1928
Van Lingle Mungo, 1936
Don Newcombe, 1951*
Don Drysdale, 1959-1960, 1962
Sandy Koufax, 1961, 1963, 1965-1966
Fernando Valenzuela, 1981
Hideo Nomo, 1995
 
N. L. Pitching Triple Crown Dazzy Vance, 1924 (2.16 ERA, 28-6, 262 K)
Sandy Koufax, 1963 (1.88 ERA, 25-5, 306 K)
Sandy Koufax, 1965 (2.04 ERA, 26-8, 382 K)
Sandy Koufax, 1966 (1.73 ERA, 27-9, 317 K)
 
Perfect Games & No Hitters Tom Levett (vs. New York), 6/22/1891
Ed Stein (vs. Chicago), 6/2/1894
Malcolm Eason (vs. St. Louis), 7/20/06
Nap Rucker (vs. Boston), 9/5/08
Dazzy Vance (vs. Philadelphia), 9/17/25
Tex Carleton (at Cincinnati), 4/30/40

Ed Heard (at New York), 4/23/46
Rex Barney (at New York), 9/9/48
Carl Erskine (vs. Chicago), 6/19/52
Carl Erskine (vs. New York), 5/12/56
Sal Maglie (vs. Philadelphia), 9/25/56

Sandy Koufax (vs. New York), 6/30/62
Sandy Koufax (vs. San Francisco), 5/11/63
Sandy Koufax (at Philadelphia), 6/4/64

Sandy Koufax (vs. Chicago), 9/9/65 Perfect Game
Bill Singer (vs. Philadelphia), 7/20/70
Jerry Ruess (at San Francisco), 6/27/80
Fernando Valenzuela (vs. St. Louis), 6/29/90
Kevin Gross (vs. San Francisco), 8/17/92
Ramon Martinez (vs. Florida), 7/14/95
Hideo Nomo (at Colorado), 9/17/96
 
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