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    The official team leaders stats of the Dodgers including batting and pitching leaders.

    All-Time Leaders

    Batting Leaders

    Batting average Home runs RBIs Runs Hits Doubles Triples Extra-base hits Games At bats Total bases

    Total plate appearances

    Walks Intentional walks Strikeouts Hit-by-pitch Sacrifice flies Stolen bases On-base percentage Slugging percentage

    OPS (On-base plus slugging)

    Grounded into double play

    Pitching Leaders

    Wins Losses ERA Games Starts Innings Pitched Strikeouts

    Strikeouts per nine innings

    Bases on balls Hit batsmen Wild pitches Balks Saves Complete Games Shutouts Home Runs allowed

    Opponent's batting average

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    Los Angeles Dodgers Top 10 Career Pitching Leaders

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    Los Angeles Dodgers Top 10 Career Pitching Leaders

    Team Names: Los Angeles Dodgers, Brooklyn Dodgers, Brooklyn Robins, Brooklyn Superbas, Brooklyn Bridegrooms, Brooklyn Grooms, Brooklyn Grays, Brooklyn AtlanticsSeasons: 139 (1884 to 2022)Record: 11136-9897, .529 W-L%Playoff Appearances: 35Pennants: 25World Championships: 7Winningest Manager: Walter Alston, 2040-1613, .558 W-L%

    Career Top 10 Leaders

    WAR for Pitchers †

    1. Clayton Kershaw 69.8

    Earned Run Average 1. Zack Greinke 2.3 Wins 1. Don Sutton 233 Win-Loss %

    1. Zack Greinke .773

    Walks & Hits per IP

    1. Kenley Jansen 0.928

    Hits per 9 IP

    1. Kenley Jansen 5.745

    Bases On Balls per 9 IP

    1. Curt Davis 1.769 Strikeouts per 9 IP

    1. Kenley Jansen 13.047

    Games Played

    1. Kenley Jansen 701

    Saves

    1. Kenley Jansen 350

    Innings Pitched

    1. Don Sutton 3816.1

    Strikeouts 1. Don Sutton 2696 Games Started 1. Don Sutton 533 Complete Games

    1. Brickyard Kennedy 280

    Shutouts 1. Don Sutton 52 Home Runs 1. Don Sutton 309 Bases on Balls

    1. Brickyard Kennedy 1130

    Hits 1. Don Sutton 3291

    Strikeouts / Base On Balls

    1. Kenley Jansen 5.01

    Home Runs per 9 IP

    1. Bill Donovan 0.026

    Losses 1. Don Sutton 181 Earned Runs 1. Don Sutton 1311 Wild Pitches 1. Adonis Terry 165 Hit By Pitch 1. Don Drysdale 154 Batters Faced 1. Don Sutton 15567 Games Finished

    1. Kenley Jansen 519

    Adjusted ERA+

    1. Kenley Jansen 164

    Fielding Independent Pitching

    1. Kenley Jansen 2.37

    Adj. Pitching Runs

    1. Clayton Kershaw 393

    Adj. Pitching Wins

    1. Clayton Kershaw 43.2

    Base-Out Runs Saved (RE24) †

    1. Clayton Kershaw 436.68

    Win Probability Added (WPA) †

    1. Clayton Kershaw 46.4

    Sit. Wins Saved (WPA/LI) †

    1. Clayton Kershaw 47.8

    Championship WPA (cWPA) †

    1. Sandy Koufax 85.8

    Base-Out Wins Saved (REW) †

    1. Clayton Kershaw 49.7

    Data Notes

    500 IP or 50 decisions required for career rate statistics. For single-season leaders, we use the typical standards of PAs/Game, but set the game value to 100 games (rather than 154,162, etc), so players from all eras are represented in the leaderboards.

    † Statistics like WPA, REW and RE24 are computed from play-by-play data which is only complete from 1973 to the present. From 1915-1972, the data is incomplete, though for most seasons only less than 20 games per season total are missing. Please see our page on data coverage for a full view of the data used to create these leaderboards.

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    List of Los Angeles Dodgers team records

    List of Los Angeles Dodgers team records

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    The Los Angeles Dodgers are a Major League Baseball (MLB) team based in Los Angeles, California. The list of the Dodgers' team records includes batting and pitching records for both individual players and the team as a whole.

    Contents

    1 Individual career records

    2 Individual single-season records

    3 Team season records

    3.1 Batting records

    3.2 Pitching records

    3.3 Fielding records

    4 See also

    5 Notes and references

    Individual career records[edit]

    Career batting records

    Statistic Player Record Dodgers career Ref

    Batting average Willie Keeler .352 1893

    1899–1902 [3]

    On-base percentage Gary Sheffield .424 1998–2001 [4]

    Slugging percentage Gary Sheffield .573 1998–2001 [4]

    On-base plus slugging Gary Sheffield .998 1998–2001 [4]

    Hits Zack Wheat 2,804 1909–1926 [5]

    Total bases Zack Wheat 4,003 1909–1926 [5]

    Singles Zack Wheat 2,038 1909–1926 [5]

    Doubles Zack Wheat 464 1909–1926 [5]

    Triples Zack Wheat 171 1909–1926 [5]

    Home runs Duke Snider 389 1947–1962 [6]

    RBI Duke Snider 1,271 1947–1962 [6]

    Bases on balls Pee Wee Reese 1,210 1940–1942

    1946–1958 [7]

    Strikeouts Duke Snider 1,123 1947–1962 [6]

    Stolen bases Maury Wills 490 1959–1966

    1969–1972 [8]

    Career pitching records

    Statistic Player Record Dodgers career Ref

    Wins Don Sutton 233 1966–1980

    1988 [9]

    Losses Don Sutton 181 1966–1980

    1988 [9]

    Win–loss percentage Zack Greinke .773 2013–2015 [10]

    ERA Zack Greinke 2.30 2013–2015 [10]

    Saves Kenley Jansen 350 2010–2021 [11]

    Strikeouts Clayton Kershaw 2,700 2008–present [12]

    Shutouts Don Sutton 52 1966–1980

    1988 [9]

    Games Kenley Jansen 701 2010–2021 [11]

    Innings Don Sutton 3,8161⁄3 1966–1980

    1988 [9]

    Games started Don Sutton 533 1966–1980

    1988 [9]

    Complete games Brickyard Kennedy 280 1892–1901 [13]

    Base on balls Brickyard Kennedy 1130 1892–1901 [13]

    Hits allowed Don Sutton 3,291 1966–1980

    1988 [9]

    Wild pitches Adonis Terry 165 1884–1891 [14]

    Hit batsmen Don Drysdale 154 1956–1969 [15]

    Individual single-season records[edit]

    Single-season batting records

    Statistic Player Record Season Ref

    Batting average Babe Herman .393 1930 [19]

    On-base percentage Mike Griffin .466 1894 [20]

    Slugging percentage Babe Herman .678 1930 [19]

    On-base plus slugging Babe Herman 1.132 1930 [19]

    Hits Babe Herman 241 1930 [19]

    Total bases Babe Herman 416 1930 [19]

    Singles Willie Keeler 190 1899 [3]

    Doubles Johnny Frederick 52 1929 [21]

    Triples George Treadway 26 1894 [22]

    Home runs Shawn Green 49 2001 [23]

    RBI Tommy Davis 153 1962 [24]

    Base on balls Eddie Stanky 148 1945 [25]

    Strikeouts Chris Taylor 178 2018 [26]

    Stolen bases Maury Wills 104 1962 [8]

    Single-season pitching records

    Statistic Player Record Season Ref

    Wins Bob Caruthers 40 1889 [27]

    Losses Adonis Terry 35 1884 [14]

    ERA Rube Marquard 1.58 1916 [28]

    Saves Éric Gagné 55 2003 [29]

    Strikeouts Sandy Koufax 382 1965 [30]

    Games Mike Marshall 106 1974 [31]

    Innings Henry Porter 4812⁄3 1885 [32]

    Starts Adonis Terry 55 1884 [14]

    Complete games Adonis Terry 54 1884 [14]

    Base on balls Ed Stein 170 1894 [33]

    Hits allowed Adonis Terry 486 1884 [14]

    Wild pitches Sam Kimber 52 1884 [34]

    Hit batsmen Joe McGinnity 40 1900 [35]

    Single-season fielding records

    Statistic Player Record Season Ref

    Putouts Steve Garvey 1,606 1977 [36]

    Assists Bill Russell 560 1973 [37]

    Double plays Gil Hodges 171 1951 [38]

    Fielding percentage, infielder Steve Garvey .998 1976 [36]

    Fielding percentage, outfielder Brett Butler 1.000* 1991 [39]

    Fielding percentage, outfielder Brett Butler 1.000* 1993 [39]

    Errors Bill Joyce 107 1891 [40]

    Team season records[edit]

    Games: 165 (1962)Wins: 106 (2019, 2021)Losses: 104 (1905)Highest Winning Percentage: .717 (2020)Lowest Winning Percentage: .316 (1905)

    Batting records[edit]

    Batting Average: .313 (1894)Hits: 1654 (1930)Singles: 1223 (1925)Runs: 1021 (1894)Doubles: 306 (2017)Triples: 130 (1894)Stolen Bases: 409 (1892)Home Runs: 279 (2019)Grand Slams: 10 (2004)Pinch-Homers: 12 (2000)Runs Batted In: 891 (2019)Total Bases: 2593 (2019)Extra-Base Hits: 541 (1953)Slugging Percent: .483 (2020)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: 1436 (2018)Fewest Strikeouts: 318 (1922)

    Pitching records[edit]

    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)

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