The Dodgers closed out their season with an all-hands-on-deck, 6-3 win over the Rockies, finishing with 104 victories, the highest total in the majors in 13 years.
Dodgers doubles in 2017
Those 104 wins also match the 1942 Brooklyn Dodgers for the second-most wins in franchise history, one behind the 1953 squad. The last major league team to win at least 104 games was the 2004 Cardinals, with 105.
In all, the Dodgers used 24 players on Sunday, including six pitchers.
Corey Seager was 3-for-3 with a double, two runs scored, and an RBI to pace the offense, which scored in four of the first five innings.
Seager’s double in the first inning was the 308th of the season for the Dodgers, setting a new franchise mark for doubles in a season. They added four more, including two by Joc Pederson to snap a 4-for-60 (.067) slump over the last two months. Pederson finished with 20 doubles, giving the Dodgers a franchise record nine players with 20 or more doubles in 2017.
Ross Stripling, who spent most of his year in the bullpen, started on Sunday and pitched a pair of scoreless innings. Kenta Maeda and Brandon McCarthy, who spent the vast majority of their seasons in the starting rotation, pitched in relief.
Also, this happened:
Chase Utley, known leader. pic.twitter.com/n6yUUBtDs7— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 1, 2017
Home runs: none
WP - Kenta Maeda (13-6): 2 IP, 2 hits, 1 walk, 2 strikeouts
LP - Kyle Freeland (11-11): 3 IP, 5 hits, 2 runs, 1 walk
Sv - Josh Fields (2): 1 IP, 1 strikeout