This Day In Dodgers History: Sandy Koufax Part Of 2 Record-Setting Games; Tom Lovett Throws First No-Hitter In Franchise History

This day in Los Angeles Dodgers history saw Sandy Koufax set a strikeout record and star in a road game at the…

This Day In Dodgers History: Max Muncy Tells Madison Bumgarner To ‘Go Get It Out Of The Ocean’

On June 9, 2019, the Los Angeles Dodgers took on the San Francisco Giants on a Sunday afternoon at Oracle Park…

This Day In Dodgers History: Sandy Koufax Added To Roster & Tommy Lasorda Optioned; Don Drysdale Breaks Scoreless Innings Record

On June 8, 1955, the Brooklyn Dodgers optioned rookie left-handed pitcher Tommy Lasorda to Montreal to make…

This Day In Dodgers History: Giancarlo Stanton Becomes Fourth Player To Hit Home Run Out Of Dodger Stadium

On May 12, 2015, former Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton became the fourth player to hit a home run…

This Day In Dodgers History: Sandy Koufax Throws No-Hitter Against Giants

On May 11, 1963, Los Angeles Dodgers legendary pitcher Sandy Koufax tossed his second of four career no-hitters…

This Day In Dodgers History: Win Over Nationals Breaks MLB Record For Consecutive Home Victories To Begin Season

On May 6, 2009, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Washington Nationals to break a Major League Baseball…

This Day In Dodgers History: Vin Scully Gives Commencement Speech At Pepperdine; Receives Honorary Doctor Of Laws Degree

On April 26, 2008, Los Angeles Dodgers legendary broadcaster Vin Scully delivered the commencement speech…

This Day In Dodgers History: Jackie Robinson Contract Purchased; Vin Scully Misses 2012 Home Opener; Dodger Stadium Opens

April 10 is a big day in Los Angeles Dodgers franchise history for a couple of reasons, with the first coming back in 1947…

This Day In Dodgers History: Sandy Koufax Becomes Youngest Player Elected To Baseball Hall Of Fame

On Jan. 19, 1972, former Los Angeles Dodgers left-handed pitcher Sandy Koufax was elected to the Baseball Hall…

This Day In Dodgers History: Jackie Robinson Retires After Trade To Giants

On April 15, 1947, the Brooklyn Dodgers and Jackie Robinson made history when Robinson became the first…

This Day In Dodgers History: Don Newcombe Wins First Ever Cy Young Award

On Nov. 27, 1956, Brooklyn Dodgers starting pitcher Don Newcombe was named the first ever Cy Young Award…

This Day In Dodgers History: Steve Garvey, Eric Gagne & Clayton Kershaw Win Awards

On Nov. 13, 1974, Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Steve Garvey received 13 of the 22 first-place votes to win…