Highest TB games at Dodger Stadium against Marlins

Strangely enough there have not been many great offensive games by a Dodger against the Marlins at Dodger Stadium. Gary Sheffield leads the pack with ten, everyone else is tied with eight.

Player                  Date Opp    Rslt PA R H 2B 3B HR TB RBI BB
Gary Sheffield    2000-04-29 FLA W 13-12  6 2 3  1  0  2 10   5  2
Andre Ethier      2015-05-12 MIA  W 11-1  5 1 5  0  0  1  8   3  0
Andre Ethier      2012-08-25 MIA   W 8-2  4 2 4  1  0  1  8   1  0
Steve Finley      2004-08-17 FLA   W 6-1  4 2 3  2  0  1  8   2  0
Shawn Green       2000-04-30 FLA   W 7-1  4 2 2  0  0  2  8   3  1
Todd Hundley      1999-08-18 FLA   W 7-0  4 2 2  0  0  2  8   2  0
Henry Rodriguez   1994-04-06 FLA   W 3-2  3 2 2  0  0  2  8   3  0

Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
Generated 5/18/2017.

Interesting list, not surprising to see Gary Sheffield at the top. Andre makes sense. Steve Finley only had a few months to crack the list and he did. Might be his best game ever as a Dodger if not for that Grand Slam when they only needed a sacrifice fly game.

I like this one curious bit. Gary Sheffield did his game on April 29th, 2000. Shawn Green did his game on April 30th, 2000.

Henry Rodriguez gets in on the action.  This will be the first time after 700 posts at Dodgers Yesterday and Today that Henry Rodriquez gets a mention.

Given the current state of the Marlin rotation I could see a 2017 Dodger cracking this leaderboard over this four game series.

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6 Comments

  1. Sheffield’s game was on my wedding night, which turned out to be (at least at the time) the highest-scoring game in Dodger Stadium history.

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    • Ha, that is great. My anniversary is 4/28/90. Yours is 4/29/2000. Hope we know someone who got married on 4/30/2010

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  2. Michael Tortoro

    Henry had a big game in spring training one year where he hit 3 or 4 home runs, I seem to recall.

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  3. 68elcamino427

    Sheffield, Barry Bonds, and “The cream”

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