Ramon Martinez has the best game score for any LAD starting debut 21 years or younger.

Caleb Ferguson is only twenty-one years old and thus here is the game score leaderboard for Los Angeles Dodgers who made their debut start at the age of twenty-one or younger.

Ramon Martinez has the highest game score at 68. Rick Sutcliffe showed in Sept of 1976 what was to come in 1979 when he won the ROY award. That is kind of odd don’t you think? They gave the young Sutcliffe a start in Sept of 1976 but he didn’t make another start until 1979 when he went onto win the ROY.

I feel bad for Urias in that he will always be on the bottom of these lists and it will never change until another Dodger starter bombs in their debut. I hope it isn’t Caleb.

Gcar             Player    Age          Date  Rslt  IP H ER BB SO GSc
1        Ramon Martinez 20.144    1988-08-13 W 2-1 7.2 4  1  4  5  68
1        Rick Sutcliffe 20.100    1976-09-29 W 1-0 5.0 2  0  1  3  65
1         Edwin Jackson 20.000    2003-09-09 W 4-1 6.0 4  1  0  4  64
1       Doyle Alexander 20.295 1971-06-26(2) W 4-3 8.0 7  2  0  3  63
1       Clayton Kershaw 20.067    2008-05-25 W 4-3 6.0 5  2  1  7  60
1            Don Sutton 21.012    1966-04-14 L 2-4 7.0 7  2  1  7  59
1           Bill Singer 20.153    1964-09-24 L 3-4 6.1 4  1  5  1  57
1        Nathan Eovaldi 21.174    2011-08-06 W 5-3 5.0 4  2  2  7  56
1          Dennys Reyes 20.085    1997-07-13 W 9-3 6.0 4  3  4  6  54
1           John Duffie 21.349    1967-09-18 L 2-7 5.0 3  1  3  4  52
1      Chad Billingsley 21.321    2006-06-15 W 7-3 5.1 6  2  2  3  49
1           Mike Kekich 20.068    1965-06-09 L 3-7 3.1 2  4  5  5  40
1           Julio Urias 19.289    2016-05-27 L 5-6 2.2 5  3  4  3  35

Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
Generated 6/6/2018.

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