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This Day in Dodgers History
June 16th

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1933 Last year's National League batting champ, Lefty O'Doul, and pitcher Watty Clark, a 20-game winner last season, are traded by the Dodgers to the Giants for first baseman Sam Leslie. Brooklyn's newest infielder will bat .311 during his three seasons with the team before returning to New York in 1936.
2019 Trailing by three runs in the ninth, the Padres rally and eventually beat the Rockies at Coors Field, 14-13. The contest ends the highest-scoring four-game series in history with the teams combining for 92 runs, surpassing the record of 88 players crossing the plate, set by the Phillies and Dodgers in May 1929.

  • June 13 - COL 9, SD 6
  • June 14 - SD 16, COL 12
  • June 15 - COL 14, SD 8
  • June 16 - SD 14, COL 13

2023 In his major league debut, Dodger right-hander Emmet Sheehan tosses six no-hit innings against the Giants but doesn't get an opportunity to finish the no-hitter when he pulled after throwing 89 pitches to 20 batters in the team's eventual 7-5 extra-inning loss at Chavez Ravine. The 23-year-old rookie, drafted out of Boston College, joins Ross Stripling (2016 Dodgers - 7⅓) and Daniel Ponce de Leon (2018 Cardinals - 7) to be taken out after 6.0+ innings in the modern era with a no-no intact in their MLB debut, only to see their club lose.

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