1988 Dodgers

From Kirk Gibson to Orel Hershiser, with a variety of Stunt Men in between, a complete look back at the 1988 Dodgers, the last team in franchise history to win the World Series.

1988 World Series Game 5: Hershiser closes out A's


In one of the biggest World Series upsets of all-time, the Dodgers closed out the A's in five games behind the best pitcher on the planet.

1988 World Series Game 4: Jay Howell's redemption


Thanks to offensive production from a patchwork lineup and some excellent relief from their struggling closer, the Dodgers took a 3-1 World Series lead over the A's on Oct. 19, 1988.

1988 World Series Game 3: McGwire, Tudor walk off


For the second time in three games, the 1988 World Series featured a walk-off home run. But in Game 3, this one didn't go the Dodgers' way.

1988 World Series Game 2: Orel does it all


Orel Hershiser won his 25th game of 1988 and pitched his 10th shutout of the season with a 6-0 victory over the A's 25 years ago Wednesday, as the Dodgers took a 2-0 lead in the 1988 World Series.

Dennis Eckersley congratulates Kirk Gibson


Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley has long been candid and open in various interviews about giving up the home run to Kirk Gibson in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series. On Tuesday, the 25th anniversary of Gibson's historic blast, Eckersley continued to be a class act, with this congratulatory tweet

1988 World Series Game 1: Kirk Gibson goes deep


Kirk Gibson hit his historic game-winning home run against Dennis Eckersley 25 years ago Tuesday, giving the Dodgers a dramatic 5-4 victory over the A's in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series.

1988 NLCS Game 7: Another Hershiser shutout


Orel Hershiser finally gets his win as he shutouts the Mets and is named the NLCS MVP

1988 NLCS: David Cone, Kevin McReynolds win Game 6


David Cone pitches a complete game and Kevin McReynolds leads offense -- Mets tie up series at three games apiece

Belcher & Gibson highlight NLCS Game 5 win


Kirk Gibson's home run off Sid Fernandez gave the Dodgers a 6-0 lead and Tim Belcher won his second game of the series


Scioscia & Gibson hit clutch home runs in Game 4


Mike Scioscia's dramatic game-tying home run, Kirk Gibson comes through late and Orel Hershiser gets his man in the NLCS Game 4 win.

1988 Dodgers: NLCS Game 3 - pine tar wins


The Dodgers 25 years ago Tuesday lost a game and a closer, though not in that order.

1988 Dodgers: NLCS Game 2 vs. Mets


Did the Dodgers have some bulletin board material to use for motivation, ask Met starting pitcher David Cone.

1988 Dodgers: Recap of NLCS Game 1


Orel Hershiser had just broken consecutive scoreless inning streak, would that continue against a team the Dodgers lost to 10 of 11 times that season

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