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Must-Know Dodgers Statistics [Recent Analysis]

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"The Los Angeles Dodgers have won 7 World Series Championships."

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"The Dodgers have appeared in the postseason 34 times in total."

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"Dodgers Stadium, the team’s ballpark, has the largest seating capacity in Major League Baseball (56,000 seats)."

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"The Dodgers have retired 10 uniform numbers."

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"Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers pitcher, has a career ERA (Earned Run Average) of 2.43."

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"The Dodgers had an average attendance of 46,500 people per game in 2019."

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"The Dodgers were originally founded in 1883 as the Brooklyn Atlantics."

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"The Dodgers’ all-time win-loss record is 11,211-9,614 (as of the end of the 2021 season)."

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"Dodgers’ outfielder Mookie Betts has a career batting average of .301."

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"The Dodgers’ highest payroll was $277,022,408 in 2015."

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"Vin Scully was the Dodgers’ broadcaster for 67 seasons (1950-2016)."

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"The Dodgers have had 22 rookie of the year winners, the most in MLB history."

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"The longest winning streak in Dodgers history is 15 games, which happened in 1924."

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"The Dodgers’ inaugural season in Los Angeles was in 1958."

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"The Dodgers had a win percentage of 0.717 in the 2020 coronavirus-shortened 60-game regular season."

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"Former Dodgers’ pitcher Sandy Koufax threw four no-hit games."

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"Jackie Robinson became the first Black player in MLB history when he debuted for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947."

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"Dodgers’ manager Dave Roberts has a .605 regular-season win percentage as of the end of the 2021 season."

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"Tommy Lasorda managed the Dodgers for 21 seasons, winning 1,599 games and two World Series titles."

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