The Los Angeles Dodgers formally known as Brooklyn Dodgers has won 7 World Series Ring, 7 World Series Ring won in year 1955, 1959, 1963, 1965, 1981, 1988 and 2020.
Above all, the Dodgers is considered one of the most successful and storied franchises in MLB, the Los Ageles Dodgers have won seven World Series championships and a record 24 National League pennants.
Furthermore, eleven NL MVP award winners have played for the Dodgers, winning a total of 14.
Eight Cy Young Award winners have pitched for the club, winning a total of 12—by far the most of any Major League franchise.
Additionally, the Dodgers boast 18 Rookie of the Year Award winners—twice as many as the next club.
This includes four consecutive Rookies of the Year from 1979 to 1982 and five consecutives from 1992 to 1996.
1955 Brooklyn Dodgers World Series Ring
This was the fifth time in nine years that the New York Yankees and the Dodgers met in the World Series, with the Yankees having won in 1947, 1949, 1952, and 1953; the Yankees would also win in the 1956 rematch.
Furthermore, this Series also marked the end of a long period of invulnerability for the Yankees in the World Series. It was the Yankees’ first loss in a World Series since 1942 and only their second since 1926.
While the Yankees were 15–2 in Series appearances during that time, they would lose again in 1957, 1960, 1963, and 1964, for a record of 4–5 in World Series over the next decade.
Lastly, the Brooklyn Dodgers claimed their first franchise world series ring by defeating the Yankees.
1959 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring
Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Chicago White Sox 4-2 to claim their second world series victory.
It was the first pennant for the White Sox in 40 years (since the 1919 Black Sox Scandal).
They would have to wait until their world championship season of 2005 to win another pennant. The Dodgers won their first pennant since moving from Brooklyn in 1958 by defeating the Milwaukee Braves also known as the Atlanta Braves, 2–0, in a best-of-three-games pennant playoff.
It was the Dodgers’ second World Series victory in five years, their first in Los Angeles, and marked the first championship for a West Coast team. It was also the first World Series in which no pitcher for either side pitched a complete game.
Lastly, this earned the Dodgers their second World Series Ring and first World Series Ring won as the Los Angeles Dodgers.
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring
Los Angeles Dodgers Swept the New York Yankees 4-0 in the World Series game claiming their third World Series Ring.
Sandy Koufax was named the MVP of the World Series Game.
1965 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring
It is best remembered for the heroics of Sandy Koufax, who was named the series MVP.
Koufax did not pitch in Game 1, as it fell on the Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur, but pitched in Game 2 and then tossed shutouts in Games 5 and 7 (with only two days of rest in between) to win the championship.
The Minnesota Twins had won their first pennant since 1933 when the team was known as the Washington Senators.
However, the Los Angeles Dodgers, prevailing in seven games, captured their second title in three years, and their third since moving to Los Angeles in 1958.
Lastly, winning their 4th World Series Ring of the franchise.
1981 Dodgers World Series Ring
This marked the Dodgers and the Yankees third Series meeting in five years and was their 11th overall Series meeting.
Later, the Los Angeles Dodgers won the Series in six games, as the Yankees had done in the teams’ prior two Series meetings, in 1977 and 1978.
Furthermore, this was the Dodgers’ first title since 1965, their first victory over the Yankees since 1963, and third overall Series win over the Yankees.
Lastly, winning their 5th World Series Ring of the franchise.
1988 Dodgers World Series Ring
The series is best known for the Game 1 pinch-hit walk-off home run by star Dodgers outfielder Kirk Gibson, who did not start and could barely walk due to a leg injury yet hit the winning homer against Oakland Athletics closer Dennis Eckersley.
Although Gibson’s homer has become an iconic World Series moment, it was World Series MVP Orel Hershiser who capped a dominant 1988 season in which he set the all-time scoreless inning streak at 59 innings.
Also, recorded five straight shutouts, led the league with 23 wins and 267 innings, and won the Cy Young and Gold Glove awards.
Hershiser was the NL Championship Series MVP, starting three games, getting the save for Game 4, and shutting out the Mets in Game 7. In the World Series, he shut out the A’s in Game 2, and pitched a two-run, complete game in the decisive Game 5 victory.
The Los Angeles Dodgers won the NL West division by seven games over the Cincinnati Reds, then upset the New York Mets, 4 games to 3, in the NLCS.
In addition, the Oakland Athletics won the AL West division by 13 games over the Minnesota Twins, then swept the Boston Red Sox, 4 games to 0, in the AL Championship Series.
Lastly, the Dodgers were the only MLB team to win more than one World Series title in the 1980s, as they had previously won the championship in 1981.
Furthermore, their victory also broke a 10-year streak in which 10 different major league ballclubs won a World Series with no repeat winners.
Claiming the franchise 6th World Series Ring for the franchise.
2020 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring
Despite not playing on their home field, the Los Angeles Dodgers were still designated as having home-field advantage in the series with the better regular season record.
However, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays alternated victories during the first four games of the series before the Dodgers won both Game 5 and 6, becoming the first designated home team to win the World Series since the 2013 edition.
Los Angeles shortstop Corey Seager was named the World Series Most Valuable Player (MVP) after batting 8-for-20 (.400) with two home runs, five runs batted in, and an on-base percentage of .556.
Lastly, claiming their 7th World Series ring won by the franchise.