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The Los Angeles Dodgers were founded in 1883 in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City. The team was originally called the Atlantics and went through a series of name changes from 1884 to 1932 when the team finally took the name Dodgers, after city pedestrians who had to dodge streetcars.

Following the 1957 season, the franchise relocated to Los Angeles where it remains today. The Dodgers are the first MLB team to ever play in Los Angeles. The franchise has a long and heated rivalry with the San Francisco Giants, who also used to be located in New York City.

The Dodgers are featured in several national broadcasts each year which are available on ESPN, FOX Sports, or the MLB Network. Regional broadcasts on Spectrum SportsNet LA allow fans to watch virtually the complete Dodgers schedule. Fans out of the market can live stream Dodgers games on ESPN+ or MLB.TV. In market, fans can watch via live streaming on SportsNet LA.


The Dodgers played four seasons at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before moving into Dodger Stadium in 1962. It is the oldest stadium west of the Mississippi River and the third oldest in MLB. Dodger Stadium is the largest baseball stadium by capacity – 56,000 – in the world. The stadium has often been referred to as a “pitcher’s ballpark” since it has seen 12 no-hitters, two of which were perfect games.


The Dodgers have a long history of success dating back to the franchise’s days in Brooklyn. The team claims 18 NL West Division titles, including the past seven straight from 2013 to 2019. Los Angeles also made the postseason as a MLB wild card in 1996 and 2006.

The Dodgers have won 23 NL pennants and one American Association (1889) pennant. The franchise has won six World Series titles (1955, 1959, 1963, 1965, 1981, and 1988. Dodgers players have won 18 Rookie of the Year awards, more than twice as many as the next closest team (New York Yankees, 8).


The Dodgers rich history has allowed the franchise some of the game’s all-time greats. That includes the man who broke the MLB color barrier – Jackie Robinson. A six-time All-Star, Robinson played 10 MLB seasons, all with the Dodgers. He was the NL Rookie of the Year in 1947 and the MVP in 1949 and was part of the 1955 World Series champions. His No. 42 has been retired by MLB. No player on any of the league’s 30 teams can wear it.

The Dodgers have also had some great pitchers. Hall of Famers Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale are among them. Koufax was a three-time Cy Young winner and played on four World Series championship teams. Drysdale was Koufax’s teammate through much of the same era. Drysdale won 209 career games and won the Cy Young in 1962. He was a nine-time All-Star and won three World Series titles.

Hall of Fame catcher Roy Campanella spent his entire 10-year MLB career with the Dodgers. He was an eight-time All-Star and won the NL MVP three times (1951, 1953, 1955). He was a member of the 1955 World Series championship team before his career was cut short after he was paralyzed in a car accident.