Unocal decided to go with a theme for the 1988 set. All 6 pins feature LA Dodgers award winners. Check them all out below.
Pin #1 - Move Valuable Players - In 1962 and 1963, the Dodgers had back-to-back National League MVP's in Maury Wills and Sandy Koufax. Om 1974, Steve Garvey became the third Los Angeles Dodger to be honored with the league's most prestigious award.
Pin #2 - Stolen Base Champions - The LA Dodgers have two players lead the National League in stolen bases. Maury Wills captured the stolen base championship six times from 1960-1965, including a record setting 104 in 1962. Davey Lopes won the title in 1974 and 1976. Lopes stole a career-high 77 bases in 1975.
Pin #3 - World Series MVP's - In 1959, Larry Sherry became the first World Series MVP the Dodgers had in LA. Sandy Koufax led the World Champion Dodgers in the 1963 and 1965 World Series and he earned MVP honors in both series. In 1981, Pedro Guerrero, Ron Cey and Steve Yeager were the sparks for the Dodgers, earning tri-MVP honors.
Pin #4 - CY Young Award Winners - The Los Angeles Dodgers have had four players earn the top honor for pitchers in the National League: Don Drysdale (1962), Sandy Koufax (1963, 1965, 1966). Mike Marshall (1974), and Fernando Valenzuela (1981).
Pin #5 - Batting Champions - Tommy Davis collected two hits on Sept. 28, 1963, to finish with a .326 average and become the second youngest player in history ever to win two consecutive batting crowns. In 1962, Tommy led the league with a .346 average.
Pin #6 - Rookies of the Year - The LA Dodgers have produced seven Rookies of the Year, including four consecutive winners from 1979-1982. Frank Howard (1960), Jim Lefebvre (1965), Ted Sizemore (1969), Rick Sutcliffe (1979), Steve Howe (1980), Fernando Valenzuela (1981), and Steve Sax (1982.