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Dodgers highlights through one-third mark

The Dodgers season is going remarkably well

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The Dodgers completed their 54th game of the season on Monday, meaning the season has reached the one-third mark.

At this point, the Dodgers have twice as many wins as they have losses, boasting a record of 36-18. They sit atop the National League West with an eight game lead over the San Diego Padres and are as many as 14 games ahead of the last place San Francisco Giants.

Before the Dodgers start playing in the next third, let’s take a trip down memory lane to revisit the best parts of the season so far, both on the field and off. Of course, this is not a comprehensive list of every amazing thing the Dodgers have done this season (that would be a long article), but rather some fun highlights.

Dodgers smack eight home runs on Opening Day

What a way to start the season. Six Dodgers players combined to hit eight home runs, tying a franchise record of home runs hit in a single game. The Dodgers scored a dozen in their first win of the season.

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Joc Pederson had a two home run game on Opening day to lead the Dodgers to a 12-5 victory.
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Dave Roberts, Kiké Hernández and Cody Bellinger with matching sweatsuits.

Who knew manager-player bonding could look so stylish?

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Your squad could never.

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Dodgers walk-off on Jackie Robinson Day

It was the return of Clayton Kershaw and Joc Pederson hit a two-run home run to put them ahead of the Reds. Plus, these two legends were reunited.

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Vin and Mrs. Robinson. #Jackie42

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The 2019 version of Pups at the Park

So many cute dogs at Dodger Stadium.

Hyun-Jin Ryu’s shutout and Justin Turner’s three home runs

Yes, this was the same game. This game embodies everything the Dodgers are this season: great pitching and home runs.

Dodger fans sing Happy Birthday to Alex Verdugo

The 23-year-old received the best gift from the fans.

Bellinger, Freese and Seager with grand slams

Charley Kershaw warming up in Pittsburgh

The right-handed Kershaw? Check back in 18 years.

Last but not least, Cody Bellinger’s amazing game No. 54

Bellinger recorded two outfield assists and smashed a home run. This was his ninth assist and 19th home run this season.

What’s your favorite memory of the Dodgers’ first third of the season? Leave yours in the comments!