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2000 Los Angeles Dodgers 2000 Los Angeles Dodgers
1999/2001
Record 86-76 .531
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Standings 2nd in the NL West (11 games back)
Pythagorean 88-74, 88-74, 88-74
Runs (S/A) 798 / 729
BallparkDodger Stadium
Park FactorsBatting: 92 / Pitching: 93
Attendance2,880,242 (7th) (11th)
Fancost$141 (11th) / $11,418
Payroll/Avg$94,224,580 / $3,141,883 (3rd)
OpExp/$PV$148,700,000 / $1,729,070
Rev/OpInc$131,300,000 / -$17,400,000
Valuation$381,000,000
Spring TrainingVero Beach, Florida (Holman Stadium (Dodgertown))
ManagerDavey Johnson
CoachesClaude Osteen, Glenn Hoffman, Jim Tracy, John Shelby, Rick Dempsey, Manny Mota
ExecutivesPrincipal Owner: Rupert Murdoch, General Manager: Kevin Malone
Minor Leagues(AAA) Albuquerque Dukes, (AA) San Antonio Missions, (A) Yakima Bears, (A) Vero Beach Dodgers, (A) San Bernardino Stampede, (Rookie) Great Falls Dodgers
Radio (KXTA) Rick Monday, Ross Porter, Vin Scully
TV (KTLA) Rick Monday, Ross Porter, Vin Scully
Cable TV (Fox Sports Net 2) Rick Monday, Ross Porter, Vin Scully
Spanish Radio (KWKW) Jaime Jarrin, Pepe Yniguez

The 2000 Los Angeles Dodgers went 86-76 and finished 2nd in the National League West. The Dodgers drew 2,880,242 to Dodger Stadium. Kevin Brown and Gary Sheffield made the All-Star team.

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