Tag Archives: Jose Offerman

Dodger prospect busts 1990 – 1999

Last week we took a look at the Dodger prospect busts of the 21st century.  Today we will take a look at the busts from 1990 – 1999. Thanks to an old Dodger Thoughts column by Jon Weisman I was able to find this link to all of the Baseball America Top 100 lists from …

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The Monthly walk LAD leaderboard

With Yasiel Puig taking walks this month more than he has ever done before, I decided to bring back the leaderboard for walks in a month. Of course, Jimmy Wynn is on top, that was his bread and butter. How about the rest of the group that has managed at least twenty-three walks in a …

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Can Justin Turner accomplish this crazy stat?

As of right now on 04/26/2017 Justin Turner has eighty plate appearances, no home runs, and an OPS > .900. Only one LAD in history has ever accomplished this task in March/April. His name was Brett Butler and it was 1994. How about other months? Hmm. Much more common in May. Jose Offerman did it …

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LAD All-Stars from 1990 – 1999, the Mike Piazza era

No surprise that Mike Piazza owns this decade, being an all-star every single full season he played for the Dodgers. Plus Piazza kept on giving because Gary Sheffield continued that success by being an all-star three yeas in a row after being acquired for Mike Piazza. I’d loved to have had exit velocity in the …

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