Dodgers All Time Leaders – Through 2019

dodgersWith baseball shut down because of the corona virus, I thought it would be an interesting time to look at the all time leaders in both offensive and defensive categories for all 30 teams. We continue today with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Dodgers began life in Brooklyn in 1883, moving to their current home on the west coast , along with their rival Giants, in 1957.  I’ve seen them play 19 times, including the first two games of their 2008 NLDS sweep against the Cubs and their pennant-clinching victory in the 2017 NLCS.

Home Runs

Name Total
Kike Hernandez 5
Matt Kemp 2
James Loney 2
Manny Ramirez 2

Hits

Name Total
James Loney 20
Matt Kemp 14
Russell Martin 14

Runs

Name Total
James Loney 12
Russell Martin 8
Rafael Furcal 8

RBI

Name Total
James Loney 12
Matt Kemp 9
Kike Hernandez 9

Doubles

Name Total
James Loney 5
Matt Kemp 3
Juan Pierre 3

Triples

Name Total
James Loney 1
Matt Kemp 1
Charlie Culberson 1

Batting Average (> 9 AB)

Name Total
Chris Taylor 0.455
Andrew Toles 0.417
Kike Hernandez 0.417

Stolen Bases

Name Total
Matt Kemp 4
Juan Pierre 3
Russell Martin 2

And now, the defensive side of the ball.

Wins

Name Total
Chad Billingsley 2
10 tied with 1

Losses

Name Total
Hiroki Kuroda 2
Clayton Kershaw 2
10 tied with 1

ERA (> 7 IP)

Name Total
Jonathan Broxton 0.00
Derek Lowe 1.38
Chad Billingsley 2.25

Strikeouts

Name Total
Hiroki Kuroda 15
Chad Billingsley 13
Clayton Kershaw 13

Appearances

Name Total
Jonathan Broxton 8
Ramon Troncoso 5
Kenley Jansen 5
Ross Stripling 5

Saves

Name Total
Jonathan Broxton 2
Ramon Troncoso 1
Kenley Jansen 1

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