August 4, 2021

Dodgers Top 10 Home Runs of the Decade Ranked By MLB (Dodgers Nation)



Without question, nothing in the game of baseball creates a memory like a home run. Therefore, MLB.com arrives right on time with a feature by Ken Gurnick that examines the top-10 Los Angeles Dodgers’ home runs of the past decade.

Obviously, the home runs that make number one and two are probably the most epic if you aren’t being biased.

However, I have a biased one that is listed at number seven.

Indeed – it’s the home run that helped put the Dodgers in the 2018 World Series – and made Cody Bellinger the youngest NLCS MVP ever. Let’s bring back Jhoulys Chacin for just a moment in time.

Notably, the home run Bellinger hit in game 163 of that season was a big one that was omitted from the list and perhaps shouldn’t have been.

Equally important, the number one home run of the decade was Max Muncy’s walk-off shot that gave the Dodgers their only win in the 2018 World Series. By comparison, Justin Turner’s 2017 NLCS walk-off against the Chicago Cubs on the anniversary of Kirk Gibson’s famous 1988 checks in at number two.

Read “Dodgers Top 10 Home Runs of the Decade Ranked By MLB” at Dodgers Nation