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When did Dusty Baker play for the Dodgers?


Dusty Baker is a retired baseball player and a Major League Baseball (MLB) manager who currently manages the Houston Astros.

He was a hard-hitting outfielder with the Atlanta Braves and the Los Angeles Dodgers during his baseball career, which spanned 19 years. He also played for the Oakland Athletics and the San Francisco Giants. In 1977 and 1978, he helped the Dodgers win pennants, as well as the World Series in 1981. He finished his career with a 278 batting average, 242 home runs, and 1,014 runs batted in. Dusty leads the Major League Baseball in career walk-off home runs with 25.


He was twice selected to the National League All-Star team, appeared in four National League Championship Series with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and was selected NLCS MVP after hitting 357 in the Dodger’s 4-game series with Philadelphia. Dusty went to three World Series with the Dodgers and beat the New York Yankees in 1981 to win the World Championship.

He won two Silver Slugger Awards in 1981-82 for offense and a Gold Glove Award for defense in 1981. He was named to the All-Time Los Angeles Dodger team as a player, and as a manager, he was named to the All-Time San Francisco Giants Team.

Dusty joined the Dodgers in the year 1976.

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