Dodgers vs. Rockies: Live updates, news and analysis from season opener

Clayton Kershaw makes his ninth Opening Day start for the Dodgers, extending the record he already held. Here is the list of most Opening Day starts at each position for the Dodgers:

Tommy Lasorda and Mike Scioscia argue with the umpire in 1987.

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Catcher
Mike Scioscia, 10
Roy Campanella, 9
John Roseboro, 9
Steve Yeager, 8
Hank DeBerry, 6
Mike Piazza, 6
A.J. Ellis, 5
Al Lopez, 5
Mickey Owen, 5

Commissioner Ford Frick, left, presents the 1959 World Series pennant to from left: Charlie Neal, Gil Hodges, Wally Moon and Walt Alston.

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First base
Gil Hodges, 12
Eric Karros, 9
Steve Garvey, 8
Jake Daubert, 8
Dolph Camilli, 6
Adrián González, 5
James Loney, 5
Wes Parker, 5

Tommy Lasorda and Davey Lopes celebrate a victory.

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Second base
Davey Lopes, 7
Jim Gilliam, 6
Steve Sax, 6
George Cutshaw, 5
Charlie Neal, 5
Jackie Robinson, 5

Third base
Ron Cey, 9
Adrian Beltre, 5
Justin Turner, 5*

Tommy Lasorda hugs Bill Russell.

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Shortstop
Pee Wee Reese, 14
Bill Russell, 11
Maury Wills, 10
Corey Seager, 6*
Rafael Furcal, 5

Left Field
Zack Wheat, 16
Dusty Baker, 7
Wally Moon, 4

Duke Snider

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Center Field
Willie Davis, 11
Duke Snider, 10
Hi Myers, 8
Brett Butler, 6
Ken Landreaux, 6
Matt Kemp, 5

From left, Duke Snider, Ron Fairly and Carl Furillo.

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Right Field
Carl Furillo,…

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