Dodgers Weekly Reviews

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.

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Celebrate the 1988 Dodgers Championship

Almost every baseball fan has seen the video of an injured Gibby rounding the bases and pumping his fist after hitting a homer to win Game 1 of the 1988 World Series. It was the signature moment in the Dodgers’ improbable run to a championship.

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.

1988 Dodgers Week 7 review: Griffin breaks hand

The Dodgers lost their starting shortstop for at least a month, had their best hitter use his bat in an unconventional way, and had their highest paid player continue to struggle on the mound. The Dodgers fell to second place in the NL West.

Dodgers Week 7 review: It's over

Hey, the Dodgers led five different games this week. That's got to count for something right? Oh.

1988 Dodgers Week 6 review: Rain & close games

The Dodgers lost three games in a row for the first time all season, but managed to salvage a .500 week to stay atop the National League West.

Dodgers Week 6 review: More losses

The Dodgers saw their losing streak extend to eight games, their longest since 2008, but ended the week with a pair of wins over the Marlins.


1988 Dodgers Week 5 review: Offense on fire

The Dodgers slammed seven home runs and scored 51 runs in six games during the week that saw them move back into first place in the National League West.

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