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Pee Wee Reese

1940 - 1958

2166 games, 126 home runs, .269 batting average

Recognized for his outstanding leadership, manager Walter Alston named the "Little Colonel" as team captain in 1954. A 10-time National League all-star, Reese appeared in more games at shortstop (2,014) than any player in Dodger history and is also the franchise's all-time leader in runs scored (1,338) and walks (1,210). His number 1 was retired in 1984 when he was also inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.


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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