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DODGERS CONSECUTIVE RECORDS
Individual Pitching Record   Player (Year)
Shutout Innings 59 ** Orel Hershiser (Aug. 30-Sept. 28, 1988)
Shutouts 6 ** Don Drysdale (May 14-June 4, 1968)
Games Pitched, Reliever 13 * ++ Mike Marshall (June 18-July 3, 1974)
Games Won, Season - Los Angeles 13 Phil Regan (May 17-Sept. 23, 1966)
Games Won, Season - Brooklyn 15 Dazzy Vance (July 11-Sept. 18, 1924)
Games Won, Season, Starter - Los Angeles 12 Burt Hooton (May 13-Sept. 28, 1975)
Games Lost, Season - Los Angeles 11 Rick Honeycutt (May 18-Aug. 26, 1987)
Games Lost, Season - Brooklyn 14 James Pastorius (1908)
Strikeouts, Game 8 Johnny Podres (July 2, 1962 vs. PHI)
Strikeouts, Game, Reliever 6 Pete Richert (April 12, 1962 vs. CIN),
Ron Perranoski (Sept. 12, 1966 vs. STL)
Strikeouts, First Major League Game 6 + Karl Spooner (Sept. 22, 1954 vs. SF),
Pete Richert (April 12, 1962 vs. CIN)
Strikeouts, Start of a Game 6 Andy Messersmith (May 28, 1973 vs. PHI)
Most Strikeouts, Two Games 31 Sandy Koufax (Aug. 24 and 31, 1959)
Most Strikeouts, Three Games 41 Sandy Koufax (Aug. 24, 31, Sept. 6, 1959)
Most Strikeouts, Four Games 50 Hideo Nomo (June 14, 19, 24 and 29, 1995)
Most Walks, Inning 6 ++ Bill Kennedy (Aug. 31, 1900, 2nd inning)
Most Saves, from start of season 55 ** Eric Gagne (March 31, 2003 - end of season)
Most Saves, one season 55 ++ Eric Gagne (March 31, 2003 - end of season)
Most Saves, two seasons 63 ** Eric Gagne (Aug. 28, 2002 - end of 2003)
Most Saves, three seasons 84 ** Eric Gagne (Aug. 28, 2002 - July 3, 2004)
Most Saves, consecutive team
games (since 1974)
6 * Eric Gagne (May 16-22, 2003)
Most 50-Save Seasons 2 ** Eric Gagne (2002-2003)
Individual Batting                         Record   Player (Year)
Hitting Streak - Los Angeles 31 Willie Davis (Aug. 1-Sept. 3, 1969)
Hitting Streak - Brooklyn 29 Zack Wheat (Aug. 20 - Sept. 16, 1916)
Reached Base Safely in a Game 7 $ Cookie Lavagetto (Sept. 23, 1939 at PHI)
Reached Base Safely 14 ++ Pedro Guerrero (July 23-26, 1985)
Hits - Brooklyn 10 + Edward Konetchy (June 28, 29, July 1, 1919)
Hits - Los Angeles 9 Ron Cey (July 2-4, 1977)
Hits, Three Games 12 "Wee" Willie Keeler (June 19-21, 1901),
Milton Stock (June 30-July 2, 1925)
Hits, Four Games 16 $$ Milton Stock (June 30, July 1, 2 and 3, 1925)
Extra Base Hits 5 Steve Garvey (Aug. 28, 1977 vs. STL)
Games with a Home Run 5 Roy Campanella (June 11-17, 1950),
Shawn Green (July 21-25, 2001)
Most Home Runs, Three Games 7 ** Shawn Green (May 23-25, 2002)
Games Played 1,107 Steve Garvey (Sept. 3, 1975 - end of 1982)
Years Played All Games 7 ++ Steve Garvey (1976-1982)
Stolen Bases 38 Davey Lopes (June 10-Aug. 24, 1975)
Club Batting                                Record   Year
Games Hitting a Homer 24 June 18-July 10, 1953
Batters Reached Safely in an Inning 19 ** May 21, 1952 vs. CIN
Hits, Game 12 * June 23, 1930 vs. PIT., 6th and 7th innings
Hits in an Inning 10 * June 23, 1930 vs. PIT, 6th inning
Club General Record   Year
Home Games Won to Start Season 13** 2009
Games Won - Los Angeles 13 May 21-June 1, 1962,
Sept. 16-30, 1965
Games Won - Brooklyn 15 Aug. 29-Sept. 6, 1924
Games Lost - Los Angeles 10 Aug. 14-24, 1961,
June 10-21, 1992
Games Lost - Brooklyn 16 1944
Games Won From a Club on the Road 18 * PIT - 1945-1946
Doubleheaders Won in a Season 4 * Sept. 1-4, 1924
Games Making at Least One Double Play 23 ++ Aug. 7-27, 1952 (26 DPs recorded)

KEY
**Modern Major League Record*Co-holds Major League Record
++National League Record+Co-holds National League Record
$$Modern National League Record$Co-holds Modern National League Record
&Major League record for 162-game season&&Strike shortened season