What The U.S. Was Like The Last Time The Los Angeles Dodgers Won The World Series

You know, the year Clayton Kershaw was born.

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New cars went for an average of $10,400.

Gas was 91¢ per gallon.

CDs outsold vinyl records for the first time.

A movie ticket was $3.50.

Nike launched its "Just Do It" campaign.

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McDonald's opened its 10,000th restaurant. There are now about 35,000.

The San Francisco 49ers beat the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XXIII.

The Lakers won the NBA Finals under head coach Pat Riley.

The Edmonton Oilers won the Stanley Cup.

The St. Louis Cardinals moved to Phoenix, Ariz.

George H.W. Bush won the presidential election.

Sonny Bono became mayor of Palm Springs.

Calvin Klein was all the rage.

Starter jackets defined the era.

A Toshiba laptop was $4,098.

Prozac was introduced to the U.S. market.

Rihanna was born.

Kevin Durant was born.

Pete Maravich died.

Enzo Ferrari died.

As were Heathers, Die Hard, and Rain Man.

Roseanne debuted.

Toni Morrison won a Pulitzer for Beloved.

"Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley topped the charts.