Dodgers History & Records

A look throughout history at the Los Angeles Dodgers as well as the Brooklyn Dodgers, including records and notable games, seasons, and careers.

Ethier first Dodger with seven 30-double seasons


No other player in the 130-year history of the Dodgers has has more than six seasons of 30 or more doubles, and Andre Ethier has done it in seven consecutive seasons.

Kershaw reaches 200 K for 4th straight year


The inevitable comparisons between two great Dodgers southpaws continue, especially after Kershaw accomplished something not done since Koufax.

Hershiser's streak started 25 years ago today


The Dodgers' ace beat the Expos for his 18th win of the season and didn't allow a run over his final four innings. Little did he know, Orel Hershiser was about to make history.

'Dodgertown' back in Vero Beach


The former spring training home of the Dodgers lost the name Dodgertown after the team moved in 2008, but beginning on Thursday the Vero Beach site will again reflect its place in franchise history.

Hanley & great Dodgers seasons under 100 games


Ramirez has missed 65 games this season, but his 2013 campaign has still been amazingly productive, and possibly historically so in Dodgers franchise history.

Dodgers first MLB team to reach 3 million fans


The Dodgers on Tuesday extended their major league record by drawing three million fans for the 27th season in 2013, and did so in their quickest manner in five years.

Ross Porter reflects on 22-inning win in Montreal


The longtime Dodgers broadcaster on Friday reflected on calling every pitch of one of two 22-inning games played by the Dodgers in 1989. Catcher Rick Dempsey hit a home run in the 22nd inning to...

1988 Dodgers: Pedro Guerrero traded for John Tudor

A full 25 years to the day after it happened, a look back at the blockbuster trade of one of the best hitters of the 1980s for the league leader in ERA, between the Dodgers and Cardinals.

Dodgers & the home run derby

Chris Davis is favored by Bovada to win the home run derby, with 11/4 odds. Defending champion Prince Fielder is next with 15/4 odds.

Dodger Rookie Hideo Nomo starts 1995 All-Star Game

Hideo Nomo was selected to start the 1995 All-Star Game after one of the best Junes that any Dodger ever had.

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