This Day In Dodgers History: Hideo Nomo Makes All-Star Game, Eric Gagné Reaches 30 Saves, White House Visit & More

This day in Los Angeles Dodgers history is noteworthy for Johnny Podres, Hideo Nomo, Eric Gagné, Cody…

This Day In Dodgers History: Hideo Nomo & Don Newcombe Make MLB Debut

On May 2, 1995, Hideo Nomo made his MLB debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers and became the first…

Shohei Ohtani & Hideo Nomo Featured In New Baseball Hall Of Fame Museum Exhibit

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum announced a new exhibit, “Yakyu/Baseball: The…

This Day In Dodgers History: Hideo Nomo & Takashi Saito Signed To Contracts

On February 13, 1995, the Los Angeles Dodgers signed star Japanese pitcher Hideo Nomo to a Minor League contract that…

This Day In Dodgers History: Hideo Nomo & Fred McGriff Signed

The Los Angeles Dodgers have a rich history of international signings, which Hideo Nomo is part of as the…

Yu Darvish Passes Former Dodgers Pitcher Hideo Nomo For Most Strikeouts By Japanese-Born Player

With six strikeouts against the Baltimore Orioles on Monday, San Diego Padres’ Yu Darvish etched his name in the record books. He became…

Dodgers History: Rookies of the Year in Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Dodgers have dominated the Rookie of the Year award…

The Five Greatest Games in Los Angeles Dodgers History

The Los Angeles Dodgers have had a long and storied history, filled…

This Day In Dodgers History: Sandy Koufax & Fernando Valenzuela Set Shutout Records, Hideo Nomo Throws No-Hitter, Joe Torre Announces Retirement

The Los Angeles Dodgers have a long line of star pitchers and on this day in franchise history, those stars…

Andre Ethier Calls Hideo Nomo ‘The Real’ No. 16 For Dodgers

The Los Angeles Dodgers have 10 retired uniform numbers and with the addition of Gil Hodges to the Baseball…

This Day In Dodgers History: Hideo Nomo Wins 1995 National League Rookie Of The Year

Hideo Nomo was named the 1995 National League Rookie of the Year on this day in Los Angeles Dodgers history…

This Day In Dodgers History: Hideo Nomo Throws No-Hitter At Coors Field

On Sept. 17, 1996, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Hideo Nomo braved the elements and defied the odds to throw…