Dodgers Weekly Reviews

A week-by-week look at the Los Angeles Dodgers, including game recaps, transactions, and notable performances from each week.

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.

Dodgers Week 12 review: The Hanley & Cappy show


Hanley Ramirez and Chris Capuano were both fully healthy, and both had stellar weeks as the Dodgers split six games with the Yankees and Padres.

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.

Dodgers Week 11 review: Puigilistic


The Dodgers played a pair of series this week, and lost them both, and have twice reached their season low of 10 games under .500.

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.

Dodgers Week 10 review: Puig & a wet blanket


Los Angeles has another mania on its hands in Yasiel Puig, who made his debut with one of the best first weeks in major league history.

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.

Dodgers Week 9 review: Storm before the calm


The Dodgers played their first seven-game week of the season, and managed to slip even further below .500 with another losing week.

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.

Dodgers Week 8 review: Mattingly plays his cards


Manager Don Mattingly publicly criticized his team and sat both Andre Ethier and Matt Kemp in an eventful yet not winning week for the Dodgers.

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