Los Angeles Dodgers Trivia

Can you guess these facts about the Los Angeles Dodgers?
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Last updated: October 5, 2022
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First submittedOctober 27, 2017
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Name of the team before they moved to Los Angeles in 1958
Brooklyn Dodgers
Player who broke the Major League color barrier in 1947
Jackie Robinson
Number worn by the above, now retired by all teams
Dodgers pitchers who won three Cy Young awards
Sandy Koufax
Clayton Kershaw
Pitcher who set a record in 1968 with 58 and ⅔ consecutive scoreless innings
Don Drysdale
Pitcher who broke that record twenty years later with 59 consecutive scoreless innings
Orel Hershiser
Player who hit a walk off homer in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series and
then limped around the bases
Kirk Gibson
Pitcher who missed the 1975 season after undergoing a type of
surgery that now bears his name
Tommy John
Japanese pitcher named Rookie of the Year in 1995
Hideo Nomo
The first South Korean player in Major League history (1994)
Chan Ho Park
Former basketball player who owns a share of the Dodgers
Magic Johnson
Mexican pitcher who won the Cy Young in 1981, the only rookie to ever do so
Fernando Valenzuela
Manager of the Dodgers from 1976–1996
Tommy Lasorda
Catcher who wasn't drafted until the 62nd round of the 1988 draft, but went
on to become a perennial All-Star
Mike Piazza
Catcher who won 3 MVP awards in the 1950s, but was tragically paralyzed
after a 1958 car accident
Roy Campanella
Sportscaster who announced Dodgers games for 67 seasons before retiring in 2016
Vin Scully
The Dodgers stadium from 1913–1957
Ebbets Field
The team is named after people who dodge things. But what, specifically,
did the Dodgers dodge?
Shortstop nicknamed "Pee Wee"
Pee Wee Reese
Level 84
Oct 28, 2017
Another interesting fact from Dodger history is that in 1977 (before the steroid & HGH era) they became the first team ever to have 4 guys hit 30 or more HRs in a single season. (Dusty Baker, Ron Cey, Steve Garvey & Reggie Smith)
Level 54
Nov 15, 2017
Followed by the '95 Rockies. (Bichette, Walker, Galarraga and Castilla)
Level 75
Oct 31, 2020
Ooh - could've used a question about the penguin.
Level 66
Oct 24, 2018
Wasn't sure of the Korean player but tried "Kim" and then "Park" rightfully figuring I had a good chance.
Level ∞
Oct 27, 2018
Lol. Apparently 20% of Koreans are named Kim. Add Park and Lee and you're up to 45%.
Level 84
Oct 27, 2018
Hershheiser, Hersheiser, Herschheiser, Herscheiser, Hershhaiser, Hershaiser, Herschhaiser, Herschaiser up.
Level 45
Oct 29, 2018
Go Red Sox :)
Level 35
May 18, 2021
NO. Dodgers rule! Astros stink!
Level 73
Aug 12, 2019
Other fun things would've been Eric Gagne's saves streak, the Rookie of the Year streak, and question to which the answers are, respectively, Chavez Ravine, Walter Alston, Duke Snider.
Level 46
Sep 23, 2019
As a Dodger fan since the days of Brooklyn, this was a really nice quiz. Thanks!
Level 67
Oct 29, 2020
If you want a good laugh, look up Tommy Lasorda's fight with the Philly Phanatic.
Level 23
Oct 29, 2020
only got the number right cause i was hitting random numbers lol i dont even watch baseball
Level 95
Oct 29, 2020
I think for Fernando Valenzuela, you should also accept just "Fernando." That's how most Dodgers fans know him...
Level 75
Oct 31, 2020
the famous screwball.
Level ∞
Oct 5, 2022
Fernando and Venezuela will work now :)
Level 62
Oct 29, 2020
Dinged for spelling....quite a bit
Level 67
Oct 29, 2020
Only got 6. Would have gotten 7 in they accepted Lasorta.
Level ∞
Oct 5, 2022
It's sorta the right answer, so that one will work now