Skip to Next Poll »
9
All time LA Dodgers first basemen.

All on the list played 400+ games at the initial sack for the Dodgers.  None are in the Hall of Fame.   Player stats are only while playing in Los Angeles.

 

Strikeouts were not recorded between 1896 and 1910.  Caught Steeling was not recorded consistantly until 1951.

Gold Gloves were not awarded until 1957.

 

                     From  To    Ages     AB      R      H    2B  3B  HR   RBI   BB   SO   SB  CS   BA    OBP   SLG

Brock            1982 1986 25-29  1506  195  351  53   2  71  219  214  255   19   8  .233  .326  .412

Fairly            1958 1969 19-30  3880  491 1010 168  22  90  541  522  485 16 15  .260  .347  .385

Garvey         1969 1982 20-33  6543  852 1968 333  35 211  992  367 751 77 57  .301  .337  .459 4GG

Hodges       1958 1961 34-37  1300  172  328  46   4  63  205  160  259     14   6  .252  .333  .439 2GG

Karros         1991 2002 23-34  6002  752 1608 302  10 270  976  517 1105 57 29 .268  .325  .457

Murray         1989 1997 33-41  1735  231  483  74   5  65  282  226  225   25  10  .278  .359  .439

Parker         1964 1972 24-32  4157  548 1110 194  32  64  470  532  615  60 34  .267  .351  .375 6GG

 

Games played at 1st:  1. Karros (1579)  2. Garvey (1470)  3. Parker (1108)

| Closed on 06/27/08 at 05:00PM
FanIQ Pts? No | MLB, Los Angeles Dodgers | Opinion List
Team Breakout:
Rank18 FansAvg (1st)
1.Steve Garvey2.6 (13)
2.Eric Karros0.9 (1)
3.Gil Hodges0.8 (2)
Also receiving votes:Wes Parker0.8
Eddie Murray0.7 (1)
Ron Fairly0.2 (1)

  
4 Comments | Sorted by Most Recent First | Red = You Disagreed
Vote for your favorite comments. Fans decide the Top Comment (3+ votes) and also hide poor quality comments (4+ votes).
#1 | 2254 days ago

Had to give it to Garvey, apparently he could swing a mean bat on and off the field.
1. Steve Garvey  2. Eddie Murray  3. Eric Karros  
#2 | 2227 days ago

Hodges, Murray, and Parker were nearly equal in my analysis. 
1. Steve Garvey  2. Gil Hodges  3. Eddie Murray  
#3 | 1125 days ago

Great to see someone mention Wes Parker among the notable Dodger firstbasemen. He was a slick as they come around the bag and always hit for a decent average.
ps I have always thought that Eric Karros was the REAL casualty when the organization gave away Mike Piazza. He never saw the same pitches again.
#4 | 721 days ago

Garvey threw like a girl. And his wife preferred Marvin Hamlisch.

Post a Comment   Already a user? Sign in here
Join FanIQ - It's Free
FanIQ is the ultimate free community for sports fans.
Talk sports with fans from all over - 1,649,417+ Comments
Track your game picks - 38,670,182,382+ Sports Predictions
Prove you know sports - 116,275+ Trivia Questions
Find fans of your teams - 11,453,110+ New Friends
Atlanta Braves @ Los Angeles Dodgers 7/29/2014
Asked by maroon&gold4eve | MLB, ATL, LAD | 10 questions asked 07/27/14
70 predictions | Last by the_wolverine | 18 hours left
Atlanta Braves @ Los Angeles Dodgers 7/31/2014
Asked by maroon&gold4eve | MLB, ATL, LAD | 10 questions asked Yesterday
0 predictions | Last by -
Atlanta Braves @ Los Angeles Dodgers 7/30/2014
Asked by maroon&gold4eve | MLB, ATL, LAD | 10 questions asked Yesterday
0 predictions | Last by -
NL Pitchers Individual Over/Under - 7/29
Asked by Scott | MLB, STL | 16 questions asked 07/27/14
128 predictions | Last by rfschmidt2 | 16 hours left
MLB*Chasing Joe D*The FanIQ Hitting Streak*7/29
Asked by Michael_G | MLB, BOS, SF | 3 questions asked 07/25/14
54 predictions | Last by Burrellfan1 | 15 hours left