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Monday, July 23, 2007

Brooklyn Dodger News Alerts July 23, 2007

On This Day in History: July 23 Birth Anniversary of the 'Captain' Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Brooklyn,NY,USA
So Reese was sold to the Brooklyn Dodgers for a reported $40000 after his second year at Louisville. Reese was bought up by Brooklyn in 1940, envisioned as ...

Ghosts of Flatbush Still With Us Tot Holmes (subscription) - Gothenburg,NE,USA...
the traumatic switch from the right coast to the left coast by the Los Angeles, nee Brooklyn, Dodgers in 1957 after their final season in New York. ...

Ex-Dodger Don Newcombe supports Barry BondsNewsday - Long Island,NY,USAThe Cyclones, who are commemorating the 1950s Brooklyn Dodgers this season, raised a No. 36 banner in honor of Newcombe.

No. 42 broke more than baseball color line Seattle Post Intelligencer - Seattle,WA,USA
As a Columbia graduate student and part-time Long Island Press sportswriter, I took a subway often to Ebbets Field in the spring of 1956 to see Robinson ...

Even in his twilight, Jackie was still Jackie The News Journal - Wilmington,DE,USA
Yesterday, as it was Dodgers 8 and Yankees 3, Jackie cemented both arguments. If there was anything typical about the Brooklyn victory from this seat it was ...

On This Day in History:April 18 Ebbets Buried at Green-Wood Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Brooklyn,NY,USA
The team to play in the stadium was called the Brooklyn Superbas and later the Brooklyn Dodgers. Some friends advised Ebbets against building the stadium ...

Beginning of the end: 50 years ago this week, Dodgers began final ... BrooklynPapers.com - Brooklyn,NY,USA
In 1957, the Dodgers drew just 1.03 million fans to Ebbets Field, their beloved, 32000-seat bandbox. That attendence figure was nearly half of the team’s ...

Branch Rickey Changes Sports—and America—Forever American Heritage - USA
Sixty years ago today, on April 10, 1947, the Brooklyn Dodgers were playing the Montreal Royals, one of their own minor league teams. ...

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