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DODGERS HISTORY
Don Drysdale during Spring Training in March 1959. (AP)
All-time leaders & stats
With 2,486 career strikeouts, Hall of Famer Don Drysdale ranks second in Dodgers' history and the top 30 overall in Major League history. Take a look at Don's impressive career numbers and see where he ranks in other pitching categories.
Jackie Robinson Timeline
Jackie debuted with the Dodgers on April 15, 1947 at Brooklyn's Ebbets Field. Read about his career, life, and impact on America. Go >
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DODGERS TIMELINE
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Timeline
Use the links above to trace Dodgers history, from Sandy Koufax to Steve Sax to Eric Karros. Go >
Awards and Honors
All-time Rosters
Every player to wear a Dodgers uniform is listed here, including Gil Hodges. Go >
2008 First Half
2008 Second Half
2007 First Half
2007 Second Half
2006 First Half
2006 Second Half
Multimedia Highlights

Baseball's Best Baseball's Best
Download original TV broadcasts of classic games, some with original pre- and post-game shows »
Top Plays of 2011:
9/28: Kemp's 39th homer: WATCH
9/25: Kershaw's 21st win : WATCH

Stats and Records

LEADERS (*as of 2012)

 Hits
1. Z. Wheat 2,804
2. P. Reese 2,170
3. W. Davis 2,091

 Strikeouts
1. D. Sutton 2,696
2. D. Drysdale 2,486
3. S. Koufax 2,396
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Check out these Dodgers records:
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Club Firsts
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