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.
After winning the NL West, the Dodgers will face the Mets in the NLCS.
The Dodgers began the week with a seven-game lead but saw it reduced to 4½ games this week. They lost Fernando Valenzuela but gained Pedro Guerrero and Alfredo Griffin.
The Dodgers began the week seven games up in the National League West but ended it six games ahead of the Astros.
The Dodgers came out of the All-Star break on fire and widened their lead in the National League West.
Hershiser has pitched three scoreless innings combined in two All-Star Games in his career.
The Dodgers split six games with the Mets and Reds, with a pair of outfielders trending in opposite directions.
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.
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.
The 1988 Dodgers look to improve upon back-to-back 73-win seasons, and they got off to the right start this week by winning five of their first six games. After splitting with the Giants at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers swept the Braves in a four-game