The Los Angeles Dodgers are making Fernando Valenzuela’s number 34 permanent.
The Dodgers announced on the 5th (Korean time) that Valenzuela’s number 34 will be permanently retired. They will commemorate his permanent number designation during a home game against the Colorado Rockies from August 11 to 13 local time.
Valenzuela is Pee Wee Reese (No. 1) Tommy Lasorda (No. 2) Duke Snyder (No. 4) Gil Hodges (No. 14) Jim Gilliam (No. 19) Don Sutton (No. 20) Walter Alston (No. 24) Sandy Koufax (No. 32) No. 1) Roy Campanella (No. 39), Jackie Robinson (No. 42), and Don Drysdale (No. 53) are the 12th team to remain permanently
His number 34 will be displayed on the left fence at Dodger Stadium, along with other permanent numbers and Hall of Fame casters Vin Scully and Jaime Harin.
While Valenzuela’s number 34 has not been officially designated as permanent, it has not been worn by any player since he left the team. This time, it has officially become a permanent ban. 토토사이트
Valenzuela made his major league debut with the Dodgers in 1980 and pitched in 331 games for 11 seasons until 1990, leaving a record of 141 wins and 116 losses with an ERA of 3.31.
He contributed to the World Series victory in 1981 and won both the Cy Young and Rookie of the Year awards that year. He is a six-time All-Star and two-time Silver Slugger award winner.
6th in Dodgers career most wins, 5th in strikeouts (1759), 4th in innings (2348 2/3 innings), 4th in starts (320 games), 4th in complete games (107 games), 5th in shutouts (29) above is being recorded.
On June 29, 1990, he had a no-hitter against the St. Louis Cardinals. Vin Scully, the ‘Voice of the Dodgers’, left a comment, “If you have a sombrero (a traditional Mexican hat), throw it into the sky!”
Valenzuela retired with a record of 173 wins, 153 losses and a 3.54 ERA over 17 seasons in the major leagues. He holds the record for most wins and most strikeouts (2074) in a big leaguer from Mexico. He has been a Spanish commentator since 2003, when he joined the Dodgers commentators.