Dodgers History

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May 15, 1965 – The Dodgers manage only one hit off Chicago’s Dick Ellsworth, but Al Ferrara’s three-run home run as a pinch-hitter in the eighth inning gives Los Angeles a 3-1 victory over the Cubs at Dodger Stadium. Los Angeles starter Claude Osteen and relievers Bob Miller and Jim Brewer checked the Cubs on eight hits. The first opponent to no-hit the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium was Montreal’s Dennis Martinez (perfect game, 7/28/91).