Los Angeles Dodgers team records


Los Angeles Dodgers team records

=Single Season Records=

Batting Records

*Batting Average: Babe Herman, .393 (1930)
*On-base percentage: Babe Herman, .455 (1930)
*Slugging Percentage: Babe Herman, .678 (1930)
*At Bats: Maury Wills, 695 (1962)
*Runs: Hub Collins, 148 (1890)
*Hits: Babe Herman, 241 (1930)
*Total Bases: Babe Herman, .416 (1930)
*Singles: Willie Keeler, 187 (1899)
*Doubles: Johnny Frederick, 52 (1929)
*Triples: George Treadway, 26 (1894)
*Home Runs: Shawn Green, 49 (2001)
*Grand Slams: Kal Daniels 3 (1990), Mike Piazza, 3 (1998), Adrián Beltré, 3 (2004)
*Walks: Eddie Stanky, 148 (1945)
*Strikeouts: Billy Grabarkewitz, 149 (1970)
*Stolen Bases: Maury Wills, 104 (1962)
*Stolen Bases of Home: Pete Reiser, 7 (1947)
*Runs Batted In: Tommy Davis, 153 (1962)
*Extra-Base Hits: Babe Herman, 94 (1930)
*Hit By Pitch: Hughie Jennings, 20 (1900)
*Sacrifice Hits: Jim Casey, 32 (1907)
*Sacrifice Flies: Gil Hodges, 19 (1954)
*Grounded into Double Plays: Carl Furillo, 27 (1956) and Eric Karros, 27 (1996)
*Hitting streak: Willie Keeler, 45 games (1896-97); included a 44-game streak to start the 1897 season

Pitching Records

*Wins: Bob Caruthers, 40 (1889)
*Losses: George Bell, 27 (1910)
*Earned Run Average: Rube Marquard, 1.58 (1916)
*Pitching Strikeouts: Sandy Koufax, 382 (1965)
*Innings Pitched: Brickyard Kennedy, 382.2 (1893)
*Games: Mike Marshall, 106 (1974)
*Games Started: Bill Terry, 44 (1890), George Haddock, 44 (1892), Brickyard Kennedy, 44 (1893)
*Complete Games: Brickyard Kennedy, 40 (1893)
*Shutouts: Sandy Koufax, 11 (1963)
*Saves: Éric Gagné, 55 (2003)
*Base on Balls: Bill Donovan, 151 (1901)
*Hit Batsmen: Joe McGinnity, 41 (1900)
*Wild Pitches: Sandy Koufax, 17 (1958), Darren Dreifort, 17 (2000)
*Runs Allowed: Harry McIntyre, 188 (1905)
*Earned Runs Allowed: Burleigh Grimes, 138 (1925)
*Hits Allowed: Joe McGinnity, 364 (1900)
*Home Runs Allowed: Don Sutton, 38 (1970)

Fielding Records

*Most Putouts: Steve Garvey, 1,606 (1977)
*Most Assists: Bill Russell, 560 (1973)
*Most Total Chances: Steve Garvey, 1,669 (1977)
*Most Double Plays: Gil Hodges, 171 (1951)
*Highest Fielding Average by an Infielder: Steve Garvey, 998 1653 chances (1976)
*Highest Fielding Average by an Outfielder: Brett Butler, 1.000 380 chances (1991), Brett Butler, 1.000 375 chances (1993)
*Fewest Errors by an Infielder: Steve Garvey, 3 1653 chances (1976)
*Fewest Errors by an Outfielder: Brett Butler, 0 380 chances (1991), Brett Butler, 0 375 chances (1993)
*Most Errors: Bill Joyce, 107 (1891)

Career Records

Batting Records

*Games: Zack Wheat, 2,322
*At Bats: Zack Wheat, 8859
*Batting average: Willie Keeler, .360
*Home runs: Duke Snider, 389
*Run Batted In: Duke Snider, 1271
*Runs: Pee Wee Reese, 1338
*Hits: Zack Wheat, 2804
*Doubles: Zack Wheat, 464
*Triples: Zack Wheat, 171
*Stolen Bases: Maury Wills, 490
*Total Bases: Zack Wheat, 4,003
*Extra-Base Hits: Duke Snider, 814
*Walks: Pee Wee Reese, 1210
*Strikeouts: Duke Snider, 1123
*Slugging Percent (1,800+ AB): Gary Sheffield, .573
*Pinch-Hits: Dave Hansen, 110

Pitching Records

*Games: Don Sutton, 550
*Games Started: Don Sutton, 533
*Complete Games: Brickyard Kennedy, 279
*Innings Pitched: Don Sutton, 3,814.0
*Wins: Don Sutton, 233
*Losses: Don Sutton, 181
*Strikeouts: Don Sutton, 2696
*Earned Run Average: Jeff Pfeffer, 2.31
*Saves: Éric Gagné, 161 *
*Hits: Don Sutton, 3,291
*Walks: Brickyard Kennedy, 1,128
*Shutouts: Don Sutton, 52
* Active

Team Season Records

*Games: 165 (1962)
*Wins: 105 (1953)
*Losses: 104 (1905)
*Highest Winning Percentage: .682 (1953)
*Lowest Winning Percentage: .316 (1905)

Batting Records

*Batting Average: .313 (1894)
*Hits: 1654 (1930)
*Singles: 1223 (1925)
*Runs: 1021 (1894)
*Doubles: 303 (1930)
*Triples: 130 (1894)
*Stolen Bases: 409 (1892)
*Home Runs: 211 (2000)
*Grand Slams: 8 (1952)
*Pinch-Homers: 12 (2000)
*Runs Batted In: 887 (1953)
*Total Bases: 2545 (1953)
*Extra-Base Hits: 541 (1953)
*Slugging Percent: .474 (1953)
*On-Base Percent: .378 (1894)
*Hit by Pitch: 125 (1899)
*Left On Base: 1278 (1947)
*Walks: 732 (1947)
*Intentional Bases on Balls: 91 (1956)
*Most Strikeouts: 1190 (1996)
*Fewest Strikeouts: 318 (1922)

Pitching Records

*Saves: 58 (2003)
*Complete Games: 135 (1904)
*Most Innings Pitched: 1491 (1973)
*Most Runs Allowed: 1007 (1894)
*Fewest Runs Allowed: 463 (1918)
*Most Earned Runs Allowed: 743 (1929)
*Fewest Earned Runs Allowed: 336 (1916)
*Most Hits Allowed: 1608 (1925)
*Fewest Hits Allowed: 1024 (1918)
*Fewest Walks Allowed: 258 (1919)
*Most Walks Allowed: 671 (1946)
*Most Strikeouts: 1232 (1997)
*Fewest Strikeouts: 216 (1895)
*Most Shutouts: 24 (1963, 1988)
*Lowest Earned Run Average: 2.12 (1916)
*Most Wild Pitches: 70 (1894, 1958)
*Most Homers Allowed: 192 (1999)
*Fewest Homers Allowed: 10 (1902)
*Most Hit Batters: 75 (2000)
*Most Balks: 30 (1988)

Fielding Records

*Highest Fielding Percent: .988 (2004)
*Lowest Fielding Percent: .924 (1891)
*Most Putouts: 4480 (2005)
*Fewest Putouts: 3992 (1938)
*Most Assists: 1946 (1982)
*Fewest Assists: 1573 (1961)
*Most Total Chances: 6550 (1982)
*Fewest Total Chances: 5845 (1938)
*Most Errors: 432 (1891)
*Fewest Errors: 73 (2004)
*Most Double Plays: 198 (1958)
*Fewest Double Plays: 73 (1891, 1906)
*Fewest Passed Balls: 4 (1933, 1951, 1953, 1954)
*Most Consecutive Errorless Games: 11 (May 5-16, 1979)


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