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Andre Ethier Joins The 100 Home Run Club

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With his solo home run off Cristhian Martinez of the Braves in the fourth inning tonight, Andre Ethier became the 24th player in Dodgers history to hit 100 home runs, and 15th Los Angeles Dodger to do so. Ethier broke his tie with his current first base coach Davey Lopes on the Dodgers' all-time home run list, and is now tied with Steve Yeager, noted cinematic third base coach.

Dodgers Career Home Run Leaders
Rank Player Home Runs LA Brooklyn
1 Duke Snider 389 73 316
2 Gil Hodges 361 63 298
3 Eric Karros 270 270 --
4 Roy Campanella 242 -- 242
5 Ron Cey 228 228 --
6 Steve Garvey 211 211 --
7 Carl Furillo 192 18 174
8 Mike Piazza 177 177 --
9 Pedro Guerrero 171 171 --
10 Raul Mondesi 163 163 --
11 Shawn Green 162 162 --
12 Willie Davis 154 154 --
13 Adrian Beltre 147 147 --
14 Dusty Baker 144 144 --
15 Dolph Camilli 139 -- 139
16t Jackie Robinson 137 -- 137
16t Mike Marshall 137 137 --
18 Zack Wheat 131 -- 131
19 Gary Sheffield 129 129 --
20 Pee Wee Reese 126 4 122
21 Frank Howard 123 123 --
22 Babe Herman 112 -- 112
23t Andre Ethier 100 100 --
23t Steve Yeager 100 100 --

 

When asked for comment on the next player for Ethier to pass on the all-time Dodger list, Francis Buxton said, "You'll be sorry, Babe Herman!"

Ethier now has a 17-game hitting streak.