Top 10 Los Angeles Dodgers of All-Time

Name the top 10 Los Angeles and Brooklyn Dodgers players of all time.
By wins above replacement, according to baseball-reference.com
Only includes stats accrued playing with the Dodgers
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Last updated: October 28, 2020
First submittedJuly 29, 2016
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WAR
Years
Position
Player
69.6
2008–
P
Clayton Kershaw
68.2
1940–1942, 1946–1958
SS
Pee Wee Reese
67.1
1956–1969
P
Don Drysdale
65.4
1947–1962
OF
Duke Snider
61.7
1947–1956
2B
Jackie Robinson
59.6
1909–1926
OF
Zach Wheat
59.0
1922–1932, 1935
P
Dazzy Vance
54.6
1960–1973
OF
Willie Davis
48.9
1955–1966
P
Sandy Koufax
48.8
1966–1980
P
Don Sutton
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Level 23
Apr 26, 2017
How are Kershaw, Koufax, and Robinson only 9-7
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Level 60
Apr 27, 2017
Kershaw should be in the top 5 at the end of the year.
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Level ∞
Oct 27, 2017
Well, he didn't make it. But he's on a clear path to #1 if he can stay healthy.
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Level 60
Feb 5, 2018
He needs just 6 WAR to be the number 1 now.
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Level 60
Jan 20, 2019
Top 5 now!
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Level 60
Oct 26, 2019
He made it! #1 now.
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Level 65
Oct 29, 2020
So WAR is an aggregate stat, like home runs? I always thought it was an average, like batting average or ERA, that fluctuates over time. I know it's "Wins Above Replacement" and it's supposed to represent how many more wins a player is worth than the average player at their position, but I have no idea how it's calculated.
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Level 32
May 3, 2020
I was thrown off by the name. I started naming LA guys, then looked at the dates. Half of them are from Brooklyn!