Continuing our countdown of the 20 greatest Dodgers of all time, as selected by our readers.
No. 10: Maury Wills (35 first-place votes, 27,046 points)
Wills is credited by many with bringing the stolen base back to baseball. In his first full season as Dodgers shortstop (1960), Wills led the league with 50 stolen bases, becoming the first
In 1962, Wills broke Ty Cobb's 47-year-old record by stealing 104 bases for the Dodgers and was named NL most valuable player.