As Yasiel Puig, Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke and Dee Gordon get ready for Tuesday night's All-Star Game, here are some things to shoot for at Target Field in Minnesota.
The last Dodger to drive in a run in an All-Star Game was Andre Ethier in 2011.
The last Dodger to score a run in an All-Star Game was Matt Kemp in 2011.
The last Dodger with two hits in an All-Star Game was Mike Piazza, who was 2-for-3 with a home run and a double in winning MVP honors in 1996.
That Piazza home run was the last Dodgers home run in an All-Star Game, one of 11 hit by Dodgers in the midsummer classic. Piazza (1995, 1996) and Steve Garvey (1975, 1977) have two each, joined by Jimmy Wynn (1975), Willie Davis (1973), John Roseboro (1962), Jim Gilliam (1959), Jackie Robinson (1952), Gil Hodges (1951) and Mickey Owen (1942).
Piazza's double was also the last double by a Dodger in an All-Star Game, one of only 10 total.
The only Dodger with three hits in an All-Star Game was Duke Snider, who was 3-for-4 with a double and a walk in 1954.
Gordon's game is speed, leading the major leagues with 43 stolen bases. The last Dodger to steal a base in the All-Star Game was Orlando Hudson in 2009, like Gordon a reserve second baseman for the National League. There have only been five stolen bases by Dodgers in All-Star Games; joining Hudson are Shawn Green (2002), Steve Sax, (1983, 1986) and Maury Wills (1962).
But Gordon also leads the majors with nine triples. The only Dodger to hit a triple in an All-Star Game was Steve Garvey, who did so in 1976 and 1978, the latter his second All-Star Game MVP.
Kershaw has pitched a scoreless inning in each of the last three All-Star Games, along with Fernando Valenzuela (1984-1986) the only Dodgers pitchers with scoreless All-Star appearances in three consecutive seasons.
No Dodger has ever had a scoreless All-Star appearance in four straight seasons, but Don Sutton is the only Dodger with four straight scoreless All-Star appearances, pitching a total of eight scoreless innings in his four midsummer classic appearances (1972, 1973, 1975, 1977).
Don Drysdale pitched a total of 8⅓ innings in four straight All-Star appearances from 1962-65, but he did give up an unearned run during that span.
There have only been four pitchers in major league history to pitch scoreless appearances in at least four straight All-Star Games, but none since Bruce Sutter (1978-81). Juan Marichal (1964-68) and Ewell Blackwell (1947-51) has the most consecutive years with a scoreless All-Star appearance, with five.
Greinke's only other All-Star appearance came in 2009, when he pitched a perfect inning with two strikeouts for the American League.
The last Dodgers pitcher to win an All-Star Game was Jerry Reuss in 1980.
The last Dodgers pitcher to lose an All-Star Game was Eric Gagne in 2003.
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