How are the Dodgers doing?

LOS ANGELES (July 22) — After 100 games this season, the Dodgers are in 1st place in the National League West division. The team has compiled a 59-41 record, winning 59% of its games so far. The last game was a 9-6 home win against the Boston Red Sox in front of 50,824 fans. They've won 4 of the last 10.

Performance and standings

Wins, losses and run differential

Wins

59

Losses

41

Record

59-41

Win percentage

59%

Games up/back

8.0

Avg. home attendance

47,914

Runs

499

Runs against

404

Run differential

95

Cumulative wins: Then and now

Since moving to LA, the Dodgers have won the World Series six times: 2020, 1988, 1981, 1965, 1963 and 1959. Compare this year's win trajectory with the past.

Standings: Games up or back

Team batting

Batting average

.254

Home runs

138

Home runs/game

1.38

On-base percentage

.334

Stolen bases

61

Stolen bases/game

0.61

Cumulative doubles

Cumulative home runs

Player batting

Darker shades represent better performance.

Batting average and on-base and slugging percentages

Player Pos BA OB% SLG%

Walks, home runs and strikeouts per plate appearance

Player PA BB/A HR/A SO/A

Note: Tables include top-10 batters in descending order of plate appearances.

Pitching

Strikeouts

852

Walks

306

ERA

3.76

Team ERA over season: Then and now

Cumulative strikeouts

Cumulative hits allowed

Schedule

Last 10 games

Date Opponent Location Result

Next 10

Date Opponent Location Time (PT)

Fan support

National League

American League

Notes: Last updated July 22, 2024, 3:03 PM PT. More about the data.