Dodgers History & Records
A look throughout history at the Los Angeles Dodgers as well as the Brooklyn Dodgers, including records and notable games, seasons, and careers.
The Dodgers clinched the National League West in their 141st game of the 2022 season, marking the earliest they’ve clinched a division or pennant in a full season since moving to Los Angeles.
Trea Turner hit his 20th home run to go with his 22 stolen bases, making him the ninth Dodgers player with a 20-homer, 20-steal season, and the first since Matt Kemp in 2011.
Mookie Betts reached a pair of milestones, hitting his 30th home run while batting leadoff in 2022, and hitting 30 home runs in a season for the Dodgers.
Clayton Kershaw on August 4, 2022 against the Giants faced the 10,000th batter in his career (Mike Yastrzemski), just the seventh Dodgers pitcher to face that many batters for the franchise. Here’s a look at Kershaw’s career, one thousand batters at a time.
Dodgers outfielder James Outman has five hits, including a home run and two doubles, has reached base seven times, and scored four runs in his first two major league games, one of the most impressive major league debuts in franchise history.
The Dodgers hosting the All-Star Game started in 1949 in Brooklyn, the first year Black players played in the game. They hosted in 1959 at the Coliseum in their second year in Los Angeles, then at Dodger Stadium in 1980, which among other things featured the debut of the Diamond Vision scoreboard in left field.
Clayton Kershaw struck out his 2,697th career batter, passing Don Sutton for the most in Dodgers franchise history.
Clayton Kershaw is about to break the Dodgers all-time strikeout record. Here’s a look at the seven others to hold that title, dating back to the 1884 Brooklyn Atlantics.