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.

Dodgers 1988 Week 15 review: Undefeated in Wrigley


The Dodgers came out of the All-Star break on fire and widened their lead in the National League West.

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1988 All-Star Game: Hershiser pitches scoreless IP


Hershiser has pitched three scoreless innings combined in two All-Star Games in his career.

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Gibson declines spot on 1988 NL All-Star team


The Dodgers are 48-36 at the break in first place in the National League West, but sent just one player to the All-Star Game. But it wasn't for lack of trying.

1988 Dodgers Week 14 review: John Shelby on fire


The Dodgers head into the All-Star break with a 2.5-game lead over the Giants in the National League West. Los Angeles had an up and down week with a pair of sweeps, a productive offense, and a...

1988 Dodgers Week 13 review: Hershiser on fire


The Dodgers' ace won his fifth straight game with a shutout over the all-time strikeout leader in Houston, the highlight of a 3-3 week for the blue crew.

1988 Dodgers Week 12 review: Dave Anderson excels


Anderson is hitting .314 with a .407 on-base percentage on the season and has started 33 of 34 games at shortstop since starter Alfredo Griffin broke his hand in May.

1988 Dodgers Week 11: Fernando wears glasses


The longtime Dodgers workhorse donned glasses for the first time this week and it paid off with a win in Atlanta.

1988 Dodgers week 10 review: Marshall back to RF


The Dodgers dropped five of seven games and saw their National League West lead shrink from 2½ games to just a ½ game over the Astros.

1988 Dodgers week 9 review: Shelby hot, Davis sits


The Dodgers split six games with the Mets and Reds, with a pair of outfielders trending in opposite directions.

1988 Dodgers Week 8 review: No Guerrero no problem


The Dodgers were without their best hitter for four games, but rallied to go 4-0 without Pedro Guerrero on their way back to first place in the National League West.

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