Andre Ethier’s 30-game hitting streak came to an end against the New York Mets, as he went 0-for-4 with a walk in the losing effort.
Ethier's hitting streak was pretty impressive, but it still left him one short of the all-time longest hitting streak in Dodgers history.
Willie Davis' 31-game hitting streak in 1969 still ranks as the longest hitting streak in Dodgers history.
Davis' 31-game hitting streak broke the organization's previous all-time record of 29 games set by Zack Wheat in 1916.
Ethier did make history by setting a Major League Baseball record for the longest hitting streak in April.
Over the years many different Dodgers players have accomplished some outstanding single-season feats.
The following slides present just some of them.