1977 Los Angeles Dodgers season

1977 Los Angeles Dodgers season

MLB yearly infobox alt
name = Los Angeles Dodgers
season = 1977
misc = 1977 National League Champions

current league = National League
y1 = 1890
division = Western Division
y2 = 1969
ballpark = Dodger Stadium
y4 = 1962
city = Los Angeles, California
y5 = 1958
owners = Walter O'Malley
general managers = Al Campanis
managers = Tommy Lasorda
television = KTTV (11)
radio = KABC
Vin Scully, Jerry Doggett, Ross Porter
Jaime Jarrin, Rudy Hoyos|

The 1977 Los Angeles Dodgers season saw Tommy Lasorda take over the reins as Manager from longtime skipper Walter Alston. The Dodgers coasted to a 10-game victory in the National League West and beat the Philadelphia Phillies in four games in the NLCS, only to lose to the New York Yankees in the World Series.


Name = Walter Alston
Number = 24
Team = Los Angeles Dodgers
Year = 1977|

eason standings

1977 Roster

Relief Pitchers stats

Game Two

October 5, Dodger Stadium

1977 World Series

1977 Awards

*1977 Major League Baseball All-Star Game
**Steve Garvey starter
**Don Sutton starter
**Ron Cey starter
**Reggie Smith reserve
*Major League Baseball All-Star Game MVP Award
**Don Sutton
*NLCS Most Valuable Player
**Dusty Baker
*Gold Glove Award
**Steve Garvey
*TSN National League All-Star
**Steve Garvey
*NL Player of the Month
**Ron Cey (April 1977)
*NL Player of the Week
**Ron Cey (Apr. 18-24)
**Steve Garvey (June 20-26)
**Tommy John (Aug. 8-14)

1977 Transactions

*December 20: Acquired Johnny Oates and Quincy Hill from the Philadelphia Phillies for Ted Sizemore [http://www.baseball-reference.com/o/oatesjo01.shtml]
*January 11: Acquired Rick Monday and Mike Garman from the Chicago Cubs for Bill Buckner, Ivan DeJesus and [http://www.thebaseballcube.com/players/A/Jeff-Albert.shtml Jeff Albert]
*February 7: Acquired Hank Webb and Dick Sanders from the New York Mets for Rick Auerbach
*September 2: Sold John Hale to the Toronto Blue Jays
*September 2: Sold Kevin Pasley to the Seattle Mariners
*September 2: Sold Henry Cruz to the Chicago White Sox

1977 Minor League Teams

*AAA: Albuquerque Dukes (managed by James B. Williams) - Pacific Coast League
*AA: San Antonio Dodgers (managed by Don LeJohn) - Texas League
*A: Lodi Dodgers (managed by Stan Wasiak) - California League - LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
*A: Clinton Dodgers (managed by Dick McLaughlin) - Midwest League
*Rookie: Lethbridge Dodgers (managed by Gail Henley) - Pioneer League -LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

External links

* [http://exhibits.baseballhalloffame.org/dressed_to_the_nines/detail_page.asp?fileName=nl_1977_losangeles.gif&Entryid=1330 1977 Los Angeles Dodgers uniform]
* [http://www.Dodgers.com Los Angeles Dodgers official web site]
* [http://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/LAD/1977.shtml Baseball-Reference season page]
* [http://www.baseball-almanac.com/teamstats/roster.php?y=1977&t=LAN Baseball Almanac season page]
* [http://pressbox.mlb.com/pressbox/downloads/y2007/la/history_records.pdf Dodgers history]

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