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The 20 greatest Dodgers of all-time, No. 6: Roy Campanella
The 20 greatest Dodgers of all-time, No. 6: Roy Campanella

Continuing our countdown of the 20 greatest Dodgers of all time, as selected by our readers. No. 6: Roy Campanella (10 first-place votes, 44,667 points) One of the greatest catchers of all time, Roy Campanella began his Dodgers career in 1948 and played with the team until his career was cut short after the 1957 season.  In that time, all he did was: Win three NL MVP awards, make eight All-Star teams, hit 242 homers, have a .500 slugging percentage and play Gold Glove-worthy defense behind the plate. Campanella received the NL MVP award in 1951, 1953 and 1955. In 1955, he led the Dodgers to their first World Series title. His 142 RBIs in 1953 broke the franchise record of 130,...

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