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Los Angeles Dodgers

All Time Team

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Fernando Valenzuela

With the large Hispanic population of the LA area, Valenzuela impacted the Dodgers as few players could when he came up in the late stages of the 1980 season--causing a fan frenzy known as Fernandomania. His 1981 rookie season didn't disappoint either, and he became the only player to win both the Rookie of the Year award and the Cy Young in the same year. His best year came in 1986 when he finished 21-11 with a 3.14 ERA and led the league in wins, complete games and innings pitched. But his career tailed off badly after that season when his screwball no longer worked. He remains an icon in Dodger history for his glory years and infectious personality.

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Manager Walter Alston
First Baseman Gil Hodges
Second Baseman Jackie Robinson
Third Baseman Ron Cey
Shortstop Pee Wee Reese
Left Fielder Tommy Davis
Center Fielder Duke Snider
Right Fielder Shawn Green
Catcher Roy Campanella
RH Pitcher Don Drysdale
LH Pitcher Sandy Koufax
Closer Ron Perranoski

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Red Barber, Vin Scully, Tommy Lasorda, Branch Rickey

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