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1967 Los Angeles Dodgers season

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1968 Don Drysdale Los Angeles Dodgers Vitalis Commerical

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1967 WS Gm6: Smith's homer breaks 2-2 tie

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STOCK FOOTAGE - Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training at Vero Beach, 1967 #100067-0805

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Red Sox & Yankees Fight in 1967

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1967 WS Gm7: Bob Gibson homer gives Cards 3-0 lead

The 1967 Los Angeles Dodgers season marked the end of the franchise's most successful era on the ballpark. One season after losing the World Series to the Baltimore Orioles, the Dodgers declined to a record of 73–89, and finished ahead of only the Houston Astros and the New York Mets in the National League race, 28½ games behind the NL and World Champion St. Louis Cardinals. It was the Dodgers' worst record since the war-affected 1944 season, and their worst peacetime record since 1937. The Dodgers would not return to the postseason until 1974.
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