Paul LoDuca had six hits for the Los Angeles Dodgers on Memorial Day, May 28, 2001 against the Rockies, to tie the franchise record for hits in a game.
The Dodgers franchise record for hits in a game is six, held by eight different players, in both Brooklyn and Los Angeles. Five of the eight have accomplished the feat in a nine-inning game.
- George Cutshaw: August 9, 1915 at Chicago
Jack Fournier: June 29, 1923 at Philadelphia (three singles, two doubles, home run)
- John DeBerry: June 23, 1929 vs New York (14 innings; all singles)
Walter Gilbert: May 30, 1931 at New York (five singles, double)
Cookie Lavagetto: September 23, 1939 at Philadelphia (four singles, double, triple)
- Willie Davis: May 24, 1973 vs New York (19 innings; all singles)
- Paul Lo Duca: May 28, 2001 vs. Colorado (11 innings; five singles, home run)
- Shawn Green: May 23, 2002 at Milwaukee (one single, one double, four home runs)
Davis had four hits in regulation against the Mets in 1973, and added singles in the 10th and 14th innings. He actually had two more at-bats after his sixth hit, but he grounded to second base in the 16th inning and flew out to left field in the 18th.
LoDuca had five hits against the Rockies in the first nine innings on Memorial Day in 2001. He singled to lead off the bottom of the 11th inning and scored the game-winning run on a single by Green.