Category Archives: Los Angeles Dodger PostSeason History

LAD Postseason home run trivia

The grand slam is the holy grail but the three-run home run almost does the same amount of damage and is just as close to my heart. Vin Scully loved cheers, and nothing brings out the roar of the crowd like a three run or grand slam home run. Here are some LAD postseason trivia on …

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LAD Postseason Home Runs by Series

Overall LAD Postseason home run leaders NLDS LAD Home run leaders NLCS LAD Home run leaders World Series LAD Home run leaders  

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LAD World Series Home Run Leaders

In the previous column we looked at LAD NLCS home run leaders, this time,  we take a look at: LAD World Series Home Run Leaders: Name | Home Run Davey Lopes | 4 Reggie Smith | 4 Steve Yeager | 4 Ron Cey | 3 Charlie Neal | 2 Chuck Essegian | 2 Dusty Baker …

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LAD NLCS Home Run Leaders

In the previous column we looked at LAD NLDS home run leaders, this time,  we take a look at: LAD NLCS Home Run Leaders: Player Name | HR Steve Garvey | 7 Adrian Gonzalez | 3 Bill Madlock | 3 Dusty Baker | 3 Manny Ramirez | 3 Ron Cey | 3 Andre Ethier | …

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LAD NLDS home run leaders

In the last article, we looked at all LAD postseason home runs. This time,  we will break it down by series. This column looks at the NLDS leaders. LAD NLDS Postseason Home runs: Player Name | HR Adrian Gonzalez | 4 Carl Crawford | 3 Shawn Green | 3 Andre Ethier | 2 Corey Seager …

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LAD Postseason HR Leaders

When Adrian Gonzalez  hit his game-changing home run on Sunday Night he moved into 2nd place among all LAD postseason home run leaders. LAD PostSeason Home Run Leaders: Player | HR Steve Garvey | 10 Adrian Gonzalez | 7 Davey Lopes | 6 Ron Cey | 6 Dusty Baker | 5 Manny Ramirez | 5 …

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Clem Labine wants to know what is the big deal?

as does Larry Sherry, Mike Marshall, Steve Howe, and even Bob Welch. A lot of attention has come to Kenley Jansen for getting seven outs, and I guess in today’s game he deserves it. From a historical perspective,  it wasn’t that special but we know better. It made me curious just how many Dodgers have done …

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Three years ago today Juan Uribe lit up LA

The Dodgers have had several notable games on October 7th, but maybe none more memorable than the Juan Uribe game on 10/7/2013. Eric Stephen had all the special moments. Craig Minami and I were seated in the Loge down the left field line so we got a great view of that majestic home run. I feel …

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Don Drysdale wins first World Series game at Dodger Stadium 53 years ago

Don Drysdale christened Dodger Stadium into the postseason world with a brilliant 1 – 0 shutout of the New York Yankees in game three of the 1963 World Series. The first two games of the World Series in 63 had been played in Yankee Stadium with the Yankees only scoring three runs. This time,  they …

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Don Sutton shuts out Pirates 42 years ago today

The myth that Don Sutton was a postseason pitcher started 42 years ago when he shut out the mighty Pirates in the first game of the NLCS 3 – 0. The Dodgers in 1974 were a very young positional team but with a veteran rotation. Andy Messersmith was the Dodgers best pitcher in 1974 but Walter …

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