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1994 Los Angeles Dodgers season

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Owner(s)  Peter O'Malley
Manager(s)  Tommy Lasorda
General manager(s)  Fred Claire
Local television  KTLA (5)
1994 Los Angeles Dodgers season
Local radio  KABC Vin Scully, Ross Porter, Rick Monday KWKW Jaime Jarrín, René Cárdenas

The Dodgers were leading the National League's Western Division in the 1994 season when a players strike halted the season.

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Offseason

  • November 17, 1993: Acquired Delino DeShields from the Montreal Expos for Pedro Martínez
  • December 27, 1993: Acquired Ron Coomer from the Chicago White Sox for Isidro Márquez
  • March 28, 1994: Acquired Al Osuna from the Houston Astros for James Daspit
  • 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).

    Notable transactions

  • June 16, 1994: Acquired Brian Barnes from the Cleveland Indians for Eddie Lantigua
  • 1994 Awards

  • 1994 Major League Baseball All-Star Game
  • Mike Piazza starter
  • Rookie of the Year Award
  • Raúl Mondesí
  • Comeback Player of the Year
  • Tim Wallach
  • Baseball Digest Rookie All-Star
  • Raúl Mondesí
  • Players Choice: NL Outstanding Rookie
  • Raúl Mondesí
  • Silver Slugger Award
  • Mike Piazza
  • TSN NL Rookie of the Year
  • Raúl Mondesí
  • TSN National League All-Star
  • Mike Piazza
  • NL Player of the Month
  • Mike Piazza (May 1994)
  • NL Player of the Week
  • Mike Piazza (May 16–22)
  • Farm system

    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.

    References

    1994 Los Angeles Dodgers season Wikipedia


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