Brooklyn Dodgers Postseason History

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Franchise Overview

Seasons in New York

1890-1957

68 9 1
Seasons Made Playoffs Championships

All Seasons

134 37 7
Seasons Made Playoffs Championships

Championship Years

In New York

1955

In Los Angeles

1959, 1963, 1965, 1981, 1988, 2020

Brooklyn Dodgers History

Overview

This team is now known as the Los Angeles Dodgers. While in New York, they played a total of 68 seasons between 1890 and 1957.

Have the Brooklyn Dodgers gone by any other names?

Yes. In 1890, the team was known as the Brooklyn Bridegrooms.
In 1891, the team changed their name to the Brooklyn Grooms.
In 1896, the team changed their name back to the Brooklyn Bridegrooms.
In 1899, the team changed their name to the Brooklyn Superbas.
In 1911, the team changed their name to the Brooklyn Dodgers.
In 1913, the team changed their name back to the Brooklyn Superbas.
In 1914, the team changed their name to the Brooklyn Robins.
In 1932, the team changed their name back to the Brooklyn Dodgers.
In 1958, the team moved to Los Angeles and changed their name to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

What was the best start to a Brooklyn Dodgers season?

The best start to a Brooklyn Dodgers season was the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers, who started the season 10-0. The second best start to a season was the 1940 Brooklyn Dodgers, who started the season going 9-0. The third best start to a season was the 1981 Los Angeles Dodgers, who started the season with 6 wins.

What was the worst start to a Brooklyn Dodgers season?

The worst start to a Brooklyn Dodgers season was the 1918 Brooklyn Robins, who started the season at 0-9. The second worst starts to a Brooklyn Dodgers season was the 1905 Brooklyn Superbas and the 1906 Brooklyn Superbas, who both started the season with 6 losses.

When was the last time the Brooklyn Dodgers were in the playoffs?

While in New York, the Brooklyn Dodgers last made the playoffs in 1956, when they lost the World Series.

When was the last time the Brooklyn Dodgers missed the playoffs?

While in New York, the Brooklyn Dodgers last missed the playoffs in 1957.

When was the last time the Brooklyn Dodgers won a playoff series?

In 1955, the Brooklyn Dodgers beat the New York Yankees in the World Series.

When was the last time the Brooklyn Dodgers won a postseason game?

The Brooklyn Dodgers last won a postseason game on Oct 11, 2022, when they had a 5-3 win against the San Diego Padres in the NL Divisional Series. Since then, the Dodgers have lost 6 straight postseason games.

When was the last time the Brooklyn Dodgers lost a playoff series?

In 1956, the Brooklyn Dodgers lost to the New York Yankees in the World Series.

What years did the Brooklyn Dodgers make the World Series?

While in New York, the Brooklyn Dodgers have appeared in the World Series 9 times, in 1916, 1920, 1941, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953, 1955 and 1956. In their full franchise history, they've appeared in 21 World Series. In New York, they appeared in 9 World Series as the Brooklyn Dodgers and Brooklyn Robins, in 1916, 1920, 1941, 1947, 1949, 1952-1953 and 1955-1956. In Los Angeles, they appeared in 12 World Series as the Los Angeles Dodgers, in 1959, 1963, 1965-1966, 1974, 1977-1978, 1981, 1988, 2017-2018 and 2020.

How many World Series have the Brooklyn Dodgers won?

While in New York, the Brooklyn Dodgers won the World Series once, in 1955.

In their full franchise history, they've won 7 World Series. In New York, they won one World Series as the Brooklyn Dodgers, in 1955. In Los Angeles, they won 6 World Series as the Los Angeles Dodgers, in 1959, 1963, 1965, 1981, 1988 and 2020.

Brooklyn Dodgers Postseason Results

Year Record Result
2023 100-62 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2022 111-51 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2021 106-56 Lost NL Championship Series (Won 2 Rounds)
2020 43-17 Won World Series
2019 106-56 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2018 92-71 Lost World Series (Won 2 Rounds)
2017 104-58 Lost World Series (Won 2 Rounds)
2016 91-71 Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)
2015 92-70 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2014 94-68 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2013 92-70 Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)
2012 86-76 Missed Playoffs
2011 82-79 Missed Playoffs
2010 80-82 Missed Playoffs
2009 95-67 Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)
2008 84-78 Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)
2007 82-80 Missed Playoffs
2006 88-74 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2005 71-91 Missed Playoffs
2004 93-69 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2003 85-77 Missed Playoffs
2002 92-70 Missed Playoffs
2001 86-76 Missed Playoffs
2000 86-76 Missed Playoffs
1999 77-85 Missed Playoffs
1998 83-79 Missed Playoffs
1997 88-74 Missed Playoffs
1996 90-72 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1995 78-66 Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1994 58-56 No Postseason
1993 81-81 Missed Playoffs
1992 63-99 Missed Playoffs
1991 93-69 Missed Playoffs
1990 86-76 Missed Playoffs
1989 77-83 Missed Playoffs
1988 94-67 Won World Series
1987 73-89 Missed Playoffs
1986 73-89 Missed Playoffs
1985 95-67 Lost NL Championship Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1984 79-83 Missed Playoffs
1983 91-71 Lost NL Championship Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1982 88-74 Missed Playoffs
1981 63-47 Won World Series
1980 92-71 Missed Playoffs
1979 79-83 Missed Playoffs
1978 95-67 Lost World Series (Won 1 Round)
1977 98-64 Lost World Series (Won 1 Round)
1976 92-70 Missed Playoffs
1975 88-74 Missed Playoffs
1974 102-60 Lost World Series (Won 1 Round)
1973 95-66 Missed Playoffs
1972 85-70 Missed Playoffs
1971 89-73 Missed Playoffs
1970 87-74 Missed Playoffs
1969 85-77 Missed Playoffs
1968 76-86 Missed Playoffs
1967 73-89 Missed Playoffs
1966 95-67 Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1965 97-65 Won World Series
1964 80-82 Missed Playoffs
1963 99-63 Won World Series
1962 102-63 Missed Playoffs
1961 89-65 Missed Playoffs
1960 82-72 Missed Playoffs
1959 88-68 Won World Series
1958 71-83 Missed Playoffs
1957 84-70 Missed Playoffs
1956 93-61 Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1955 98-55 Won World Series
1954 92-62 Missed Playoffs
1953 105-49 Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1952 96-57 Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1951 97-60 Missed Playoffs
1950 89-65 Missed Playoffs
1949 97-57 Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1948 84-70 Missed Playoffs
1947 94-60 Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1946 96-60 Missed Playoffs
1945 87-67 Missed Playoffs
1944 63-91 Missed Playoffs
1943 81-72 Missed Playoffs
1942 104-50 Missed Playoffs
1941 100-54 Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1940 88-65 Missed Playoffs
1939 84-69 Missed Playoffs
1938 69-80 Missed Playoffs
1937 62-91 Missed Playoffs
1936 67-87 Missed Playoffs
1935 70-83 Missed Playoffs
1934 71-81 Missed Playoffs
1933 65-88 Missed Playoffs
1932 81-73 Missed Playoffs
1931 79-73 Missed Playoffs
1930 86-68 Missed Playoffs
1929 70-83 Missed Playoffs
1928 77-76 Missed Playoffs
1927 65-88 Missed Playoffs
1926 71-82 Missed Playoffs
1925 68-85 Missed Playoffs
1924 92-62 Missed Playoffs
1923 76-78 Missed Playoffs
1922 76-78 Missed Playoffs
1921 77-75 Missed Playoffs
1920 93-61 Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1919 69-71 Missed Playoffs
1918 57-69 Missed Playoffs
1917 70-81 Missed Playoffs
1916 94-60 Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1915 80-72 Missed Playoffs
1914 75-79 Missed Playoffs
1913 65-84 Missed Playoffs
1912 58-95 Missed Playoffs
1911 64-86 Missed Playoffs
1910 64-90 Missed Playoffs
1909 55-98 Missed Playoffs
1908 53-101 Missed Playoffs
1907 65-83 Missed Playoffs
1906 66-86 Missed Playoffs
1905 48-104 Missed Playoffs
1904 56-97 No Postseason
1903 70-66 Missed Playoffs
1902 75-63 No Postseason
1901 79-57 No Postseason
1900 82-54 No Postseason
1899 101-47 No Postseason
1898 54-91 No Postseason
1897 61-71 No Postseason
1896 58-73 No Postseason
1895 71-60 No Postseason
1894 70-61 No Postseason
1893 65-63 No Postseason
1892 95-59 No Postseason
1891 61-76 No Postseason
1890 86-43 No Postseason
Years the team was not located in New York

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