Los Angeles Dodgers 1972 Season



Home FieldDodger Stadium
1,860,858 attendance
24,011 average
ManagerWalter Alston
General Manager Al Campanis
Owner Walter O'Malley


1972 Season Note

The first player's strike in Major League Baseball history took place for 13 days. The strike occurred from April 1 to April 13, 1972. As a result, the Houston Astros and San Diego Padres each played only 153 games, nine fewer than normal. Most other teams lost anywhere from six to eight games

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1972 Playoffs

Eliminated from Playoffs

1972 Standings

85-70 (.548) 3th place

NL West W L Pct GB
x Reds 95 59 .617 -
Astros 84 69 .549 10.5
Dodgers 85 70 .548 10.5
Braves 70 84 .455 25.0
Giants 69 86 .445 26.5
Padres 58 95 .379 36.5

1972 Draft Picks

1 / 17 John Harbin SS
3 / 65 Bob Detherage P-OF
15 / 353 Jason Thompson P-1B
17 / 401 Glenn Burke OF
20 / 472 John Littlefield P
35 / 727 Craig Minetto P
38 / 754 Bob Shirley P




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