3) Davey Lopes
No player has played more games at second base for the Dodgers than Davey Lopes. The Rhode Island native balanced his game with both speed and power from the middle of the infield. He played nine seasons with the Dodgers, appearing in four World Series, and winning a championship with the team in 1981.
What really stands out about Lopes’ game was his speed on the base paths. He led the league in stolen bases in both 1975 and 1976 with 77 and 63 steals, respectively. He ranks second all-time among Dodger players with 418 stolen bases. His career stolen base success rate ranks in the top 50 of base swipers in major league history.
More than just a speedy runner, Lopes found his power stroke late in his career with the Dodgers. He hit 28 home runs in 1979, earning an All-Star appearance, one of three such honors he would receive while playing in Los Angeles. In the previous season, he nearly carried the Dodgers to a World Series victory with three homers in the 1978 World Series. Over ten seasons with the Boys in Blue, he ended one short of 100 home runs.
Rounding out his speed and power, in 1978, he won the Gold Glove Award as the best defensive second baseman in baseball.