I lost track of this the other night, but on Tuesday, James Loney hit his 25th double of the season, giving the Dodgers six players with 25 doubles this season. Three other Dodger teams in history have had six players with 25 or more doubles, and none since moving to Los Angeles:
Manny Ramirez has 23 doubles, and with 10 games remaining he might become the seventh member of the 25-double club. No Dodger team has ever had seven players with 25 doubles. The Red Sox, Phillies, and Blue Jays this season all have already accomplished the feat. The major league record is eight players, held by 16 different teams, most recently the 2007 Red Sox.
The Dodgers have hit 266 doubles as a team in their first 150 games, putting them on pace for 287 doubles on the season, which would be the fourth-most two-baggers ever hit by a Dodger team. The 2006 team holds the club record with 307 doubles.