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2001 Los Angeles Dodgers season

2001 Los Angeles Dodgers
Major League affiliations
Location
  • Los Angeles (since 1958)
  • Other information
    Owner(s) Fox Entertainment Group
    General manager(s) Kevin Malone and Dave Wallace
    Manager(s) Jim Tracy
    Local television FSN West 2; KTLA(5)
    Local radio

    XTRA Sports 1150
    Vin Scully, Ross Porter, Rick Monday

    KWKW
    Jaime Jarrín, Pepe Yñiguez
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    The 2001 season saw Jim Tracy take over as the Manager, after serving as the Bench coach the previous two seasons. The Dodgers won 86 games, finishing third in the Western Division of the National League, six games behind the eventual World Series champion Arizona Diamondbacks. This was their last season to be broadcast by KTLA (5).

    Shawn Green had his best season, hitting a Dodger-record 49 home runs and also setting L.A. records for extra-base hits (84) and total bases (358). Paul Lo Duca became the full-time catcher and led the team with a .320 batting average and Jeff Shaw became the Dodgers all-time leader in saves, with 129.

    Offseason

    Regular season

    Season standings

    Template:MLB standings


    Opening Day lineup

    Opening Day Starters
    Name Position
    Tom Goodwin Center fielder
    Mark Grudzielanek Second baseman
    Gary Sheffield Left fielder
    Shawn Green Right fielder
    Eric Karros First baseman
    Chris Donnels Third baseman
    Chad Kreuter Catcher
    Alex Cora Shortstop
    Chan Ho Park Starting pitcher

    Notable transactions

    Roster

    2001 Los Angeles Dodgers

    Roster
    Pitchers Catchers

    Infielders

    Outfielders Manager

    Coaches

    Starting Pitchers stats

    Name G GS IP W/L ERA BB SO CG
    Chan Ho Park 36 35 234.0 15-11 3.50 91 218 2
    Éric Gagné 33 24 151.7 6-7 4.75 46 130 0
    Terry Adams 43 22 166.3 12-8 4.33 54 141 0
    Luke Prokopec 29 22 138.3 8-7 4.88 40 91 0
    Kevin Brown 20 19 115.7 10-4 2.65 38 104 1
    Darren Dreifort 16 16 94.7 4-7 5.13 47 91 0
    James Baldwin 12 12 79.3 3-6 4.20 25 53 0
    Andy Ashby 2 2 11.7 2-0 3.86 1 7 0
    Dennis Springer 4 3 19.0 1-1 3.32 2 7 0

    Relief Pitchers stats

    Name G GS IP W/L ERA BB SO SV
    Jeff Shaw 77 0 74.7 3-5 3.62 18 58 43
    Matt Herges 75 0 99.3 9-8 3.44 46 76 1
    Giovanni Carrara 47 3 85.3 6-1 3.16 24 70 0
    Jesse Orosco 35 0 16.0 0-1 3.94 7 21 0
    Mike Fetters 34 0 29.7 2-1 6.07 13 26 1
    Al Reyes 19 0 25.7 2-1 3.86 13 23 1
    Gregg Olson 28 0 24.7 0-1 8.03 20 24 0
    Jeff Williams 15 1 24.3 2-1 6.29 17 9 0
    Mike Trombley 19 0 23.3 0-4 6.56 10 27 0
    José Antonio Núñez 6 0 7.3 0-1 13.50 5 11 0

    Batting Stats

    Name Pos G AB Avg. R H HR RBI SB
    Paul Lo Duca C/1B/LF/RF 125 460 .320 71 147 25 90 2
    Chad Kreuter C 73 191 .215 21 41 6 17 0
    |Ángel Peña C 22 54 .204 3 11 1 2 0
    Brian Johnson C 3 4 .250 0 1 0 1 0
    Eric Karros 1B 121 438 .235 42 103 15 63 3
    Mark Grudzielanek 2B 133 539 .271 83 146 13 55 4
    Alex Cora SS/2B 134 405 .217 38 88 4 29 0
    Adrián Beltré 3B/SS 126 475 .265 59 126 13 60 13
    Jeff Reboulet 2B/SS/3B/LF 94 215 .266 35 57 3 22 0
    Dave Hansen 1B/3B 92 140 .236 13 33 2 20 0
    Hiram Bocachica 2B/3B/LF/RF 75 133 .233 15 31 2 9 4
    Chris Donnels 1B/3B 66 88 .170 8 15 3 8 0
    Jeff Branson 2B/SS/3B 13 21 .286 3 6 0 0 0
    Phil Hiatt 1B/3B 30 50 .240 6 12 2 6 0
    Tim Bogar 1B/3B/SS 12 15 .333 4 5 2 2 0
    Shawn Green RF/CF/1B 161 619 .297 121 184 49 125 20
    Marquis Grissom CF/LF/RF 135 448 .221 56 99 21 60 7
    Gary Sheffield LF/RF 143 515 .311 98 160 36 100 10
    Tom Goodwin CF/LF 105 286 .231 51 66 4 22 22
    McKay Christensen CF/LF 28 49 .327 7 16 1 7 3
    Bruce Aven LF/RF 21 24 .333 3 8 1 2 0

    2001 Awards

    Farm system

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    Major League Baseball Draft

    The Dodgers selected 49 players in this draft. Of those, only three of them would eventually play Major League baseball. They lost their first round pick this year to the Atlanta Braves as a result of their signing free agent pitcher Andy Ashby. The second round pick was right handed pitcher Billy Pilkington from Santiago High School in Garden Grove, California. He played four seasons in the minors and had a record of 30-21 and a 3.67 ERA in 19 games (17 starts) before he was released. This years draft class was so bad that only four players in the top 20 picks even reached AAA.

    The only player that made the Majors for more than a cameo appearance was Edwin Jackson, selected in the sixth round as an outfielder out of Shaw High School in Columbus, Georgia. He was converted to a pitcher and made it to the Majors in 2003 with the Dodgers and was then traded in 2006. He was a 2009 All-Star with the Detroit Tigers and also pitched a no-hitter in 2010 while a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

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