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1994 Los Angeles Dodgers season

1994 Los Angeles Dodgers
1st place in NL West
Major League affiliations
Location
  • Los Angeles (since 1958)
  • Other information
    Owner(s) Peter O'Malley
    General manager(s) Fred Claire
    Manager(s) Tommy Lasorda
    Local television KTLA (5)
    Local radio

    KABC
    Vin Scully, Ross Porter, Rick Monday

    KWKW
    Jaime Jarrín, René Cárdenas
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    The Dodgers were leading the National League's Western Division in the 1994 season when a players strike halted the season.

    Offseason

    Regular season

    The Dodgers had compiled a 58-56 record through 114 games by Friday, August 12. They had scored 532 runs (4.67 per game) and allowed 509 runs (4.46 per game).[2]

    Season standings

    Template:MLB standings


    Opening Day lineup

    Opening Day Starters
    Name Position
    Delino DeShields Second baseman
    Brett Butler Center fielder
    Mike Piazza Catcher
    Eric Karros First baseman
    Tim Wallach Third baseman
    Henry Rodríguez Left fielder
    Raúl Mondesí Right fielder
    José Offerman Shortstop
    Orel Hershiser Starting pitcher

    Notable transactions

    Roster

    1994 Los Angeles Dodgers

    Roster
    Pitchers Catchers

    Infielders

    Outfielders Manager

    Coaches

    Starting Pitchers stats

    Name G GS IP W/L ERA BB SO CG
    Ramón Martínez 24 24 170.0 12-7 3.97 56 119 4
    Pedro Astacio 23 23 149.0 6-8 4.29 18 47 3
    Kevin Gross 25 23 157.3 9-7 3.60 11 43 1
    Tom Candiotti 23 22 153.0 7-7 4.12 54 102 5
    Orel Hershiser 21 21 135.3 6-6 3.79 42 72 1

    Relief Pitchers stats

    Name G GS IP W/L ERA BB SO SV
    Todd Worrell 38 0 42.0 6-5 4.29 12 44 11
    Jim Gott 37 0 36.3 5-3 5.94 20 29 2
    Roger McDowell 32 0 41.3 0-3 5.23 22 29 0
    Darren Dreifort 27 0 29.0 0-5 6.21 15 22 6
    Omar Daal 24 0 13.7 0-0 3.29 5 9 0
    Ismael Valdez 21 1 28.3 3-1 3.18 10 28 0
    Rudy Seánez 17 0 23.7 1-1 2.66 9 18 0
    Gary Wayne 19 0 17.3 1-3 4.67 6 10 0
    Al Osuna 15 0 8.7 2-0 6.23 4 7 0
    Brian Barnes 5 0 5.0 0-0 7.20 4 5 0
    Chan Ho Park 2 0 4.0 0-0 11.25 5 6 0

    Batting Stats

    Name Pos G AB Avg. R H HR RBI SB
    Mike Piazza C 107 405 .319 64 129 24 92 1
    Carlos Hernández C 32 64 .219 6 14 2 6 0
    Tom Prince C 3 6 .333 2 2 0 1 0
    Eric Karros 1B 111 406 .266 51 108 14 46 2
    Delino DeShields 2B/SS 89 320 .250 51 80 2 33 27
    José Offerman SS 72 243 .210 27 51 1 25 2
    Tim Wallach 3B 113 414 .280 68 116 23 78 0
    Rafael Bournigal SS 40 116 .224 2 26 0 11 0
    Garey Ingram 2B 26 78 .282 10 22 3 8 0
    Jeff Treadway 2B/3B 52 67 .299 14 20 0 5 1
    Dave Hansen 3B 40 44 .341 3 15 0 5 0
    Eddie Pye 2B/SS 7 10 .100 2 1 0 0 0
    Raúl Mondesí RF 112 434 .306 63 133 16 56 11
    Brett Butler CF 111 417 .314 79 131 8 33 27
    Henry Rodríguez OF 104 306 .268 33 82 8 49 0
    Cory Snyder OF 73 153 .235 18 36 6 18 1
    Mitch Webster OF 82 84 .274 16 23 4 13 1
    Chris Gwynn OF 58 71 .268 9 19 3 13 0
    Billy Ashley LF 2 6 .333 0 2 0 0 0

    1994 Awards

    Farm system

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    Level Team League Manager

    Teams in BOLD won League Championships

    Major League Baseball Draft

    The Dodgers selected 77 players in this draft. Of those, 13 of them would eventually play Major League baseball.

    The first round draft pick was Paul Konerko, a catcher from Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Arizona. He was quickly converted to first base and made his Dodgers debut in 1997. He was traded the following year to the Cincinnati Reds and then in 1999 to the Chicago White Sox, where he became a six time All-Star and was the 2005 ALCS MVP as the White Sox won the 2005 World Series. In 18 seasons, he hit .279 with 439 home runs and 1,412 RBI in 2,349 games.

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