Jake Daubert

Jake DaubertHighest OPS, First Basemen (1910-1919)
Ed Konetchy … 752
Jake Daubert … 751
Hal Chase … 733
Stuffy McInnis … 729
Fred Merkle … 725

Daubert won consecutive batting titles for Brooklyn in 1913-1914, and he earned MVP votes every year from 1911-1914. He had less raw power than contemporaries like Konetchy and Merkle, but he was a better pure hitter than those fellows. Later, Daubert spent six seasons as the starting first baseman for the Cincinnati Reds in the 1920s.

The Dodgers do not have a Hall of Fame first baseman, though they have a few good candidates, most notably Steve Garvey and Gil Hodges. Among the rest, Dolph Camilli and Jack Fournier were the best hitters.

First Basemen who played at least 500 games for the Dodgers

Jack Fournier … 157 OPS+ (519 games)
Dolph Camilli … 143 (839 games)
Tim Jordan … 139 (532 games)
Adrian Gonzalez … 127 (532 games)
Jake Daubert … 123 (1,213 games)
Steve Garvey … 122 (1,727 games)
Gil Hodges … 120 (2,007 games)
Del Bissonette … 119 (604 games)
Wes Parker … 111 (1,288 games)
Eric Karros … 109 (1,601 games)
James Loney … 105 (896 games)