|1st||Dazzy Vance||Mike Piazza||Gil Hodges||Jackie Robinson||Ron Cey||Pee Wee Reese||Zack Wheat||Duke Snider||Carl Furillo|
|2nd||Sandy Koufax||Roy Campanella||Dolph Camilli||Davey Lopes||Adrian Beltre||Bill Dahlen||Jimmy Sheckard||Willie Davis||Dixie Walker|
|3rd||Don Drysdale||Mike Scioscia||Jack Fournier||Jim Gilliam||George Pinkney||Maury Wills||Gary Sheffield||Mike Griffin||Reggie Smith|
|4th||Clayton Kershaw||John Roseboro||Steve Garvey||Tom Daly||Joe Stripp||Bill Russell||Dusty Baker||Matt Kemp||Shawn Green|
|5th||Nap Rucker||Paul Lo Duca||Jake Daubert||Eddie Stanky||Red Smith||Rafael Furcal||Pedro Guerrero||Pete Reiser||Babe Herman|
|6th||Jeff Pfeffer||Russell Martin||Wes Parker||Steve Sax||Cookie Lavagetto||Germany Smith||Wally Moon||Brett Butler||Willie Keeler|
Pretty good indeed! Three of their four infield spots on the 1st Team are from the Boys of Summer era, as are two of the three outfield spots. Is it safe to say that was the greatest period in Dodger history?
Some people might be upset that I named Dazzy Vance starting pitcher for the 1st Team over Sandy Koufax, but I thought the numbers merited it. Koufax had an incredible peak, but Vance's was plenty dominant as well. The main difference is that Koufax is a legend of living memory, while Vance played in the 1920's for the Daffiness Boys. Clayton Kershaw is making his way up the list too, so this generation may have its own immortal Dodger hurler to tell their grandchildren about.
Third base was definitely the weakest position here. I never realized how few great third basemen the Dodgers have had. I wasn't familiar with George Pinkney, the 3rd Team third sacker, until I compiled this list. And to think he was the greatest Dodger third baseman until the 1970s.