From Kirk Gibson to Orel Hershiser, with a variety of Stunt Men in between, a complete look back at the 1988 Dodgers, the last team in franchise history to win the World Series.
Documentary will air Sunday night on MLB Network
In one of the biggest World Series upsets of all-time, the Dodgers closed out the A's in five games behind the best pitcher on the planet.
David Cone pitches a complete game and Kevin McReynolds leads offense -- Mets tie up series at three games apiece
Orel Hershiser's fifth straight shutout was against the Giants and was helped by a controversial call, just like Don Drysdale's fifth straight shutout in 1968.
The Dodgers hold a five-game divisional lead with 21, maybe 20 games left to play, depending on whether or not the team will need to make up the Sept. 4 rainout in New York.
Hershiser threw his second consecutive shutout to beat the Reds, and became the first right-handed pitcher to win 20 games for the Dodgers since Don Sutton in 1976. Hershiser's scoreless inning streak was extended to 22 innings in the win.
Dodgers' ace right-hander Orel Hershiser pitched a four-hitter in Atlanta on Sept. 5, 1988 to run his scoreless inning streak to 13 consecutive innings.
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.