Garvey played for the Dodgers from 1969 to 1982 and was an eight-time All-Star with the team, winning the All-Star game MVP award in 1974 and 1978. He was also named NL MVP in 1974 as the Dodgers made it to the World Series before losing to Oakland.
Garvey is one of 29 Dodgers to finish with a career batting average higher than .300 with the team (.301). He is also ninth all-time in games played (1,727) for the Dodgers, 11th in runs (852), fifth in hits (1,968), third in doubles (333), sixth in homers (211) and fifth in runs batted in (992).
Although fans loved him during his tenure, Garvey was a polarizing figure among teammates, getting into a highly publicized fistfight with Don Sutton, and also being disliked to some extent by numerous other teammates over the years for what was described as a "phony" attitude and a perceived pandering for fan and media attention. No one questioned his commitment and focus on the field, however.
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