Dodgers Rookies of the Year

The Dodgers rookie sensation Yasiel Puig has ignited the team with his incredible debut. If he continues to thrive, there is no doubt that he will be a heavy contender for the NL Rookie of the Year award. The Dodgers have collected more Rookie of the Year awards than any other NL team. Our list goes all the way back to Jackie Robinson, do you remember all of these rookie sensations?

NL rookies

With so many rookies around the National League making waves, it is still difficult to tell who will be the NL Rookie of the Year. Who do you think will take the title this season?

Todd Hollandsworth, 1996

Hideo Nomo, 1995

Raúl Mondesí, 1994

Raúl Mondesí, 1994

Mike Piazza, 1993

Eric Karros, 1992

LOS ANGELES - 1986: Second baseman Steve Sax #3 of the Los Angeles Dodgers at bat during a 1986 season game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Mike Powell/Getty Images)

Steve Sax, 1982   

Fernando Valenzuela, 1981

Steve Howe, 1980

CHICAGO - 1987: Rick Sutcliffe #40 of the Chicago Cubs winds back to pitch during a game in the 1987 season at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois . ( Photo by: Jonathan Daniel/ Getty Images)

Rick Sutcliffe, 1979    

Jim Lefebvre, 1965

Ted Sizemore, 1969

Frank Howard, a former member of the Washington Senators, throws out the ceremonial first pitch before Game 4 of the National League division baseball series between the Washington Nationals and the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 31: Former Los Angeles Dodger Don Newcombe waves to the crowd before the Dodgers Opening Day game against San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium on March 31, 2008 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

Don Newcombe, 1949

Jim Gilliam, 1953

Joe Black, 1952

FILE - Brooklyn Dodgers baseball player Jackie Robinson poses in 1952. Kansas City's Negro Leagues Baseball Museum is hosting an advance screening of an upcoming movie about Robinson, who broke major league baseball's color barrier. Thomas Butch of the financial firm Waddell and Reed announced Wednesday, March 20, 2013 that actors Harrison Ford and Andre Holland will be among those appearing at an April 11 screening of "42." (AP Photo/File)

FILE - Brooklyn Dodgers baseball player Jackie Robinson poses in 1952. Kansas City's Negro Leagues Baseball Museum is hosting an advance screening of an upcoming movie about Robinson, who broke major league baseball's color barrier. Thomas Butch of the financial firm Waddell and Reed announced Wednesday, March 20, 2013 that actors Harrison Ford and Andre Holland will be among those appearing at an April 11 screening of "42." (AP Photo/File)

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