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Monday, October 8, 2007

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Brooklyn has moved on since Dodgers left 50 years ago Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
"When Pee Wee Reese died," said Marty Adler, who has spent years inducting Brooklyn Dodgers into a Hall of Fame he formed, "we tried to get a school named ...

LA's major league play: Dodgers' 50 years in Los Angeles Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
But by 1953, Dodgers owner Walter O'Malley had been exploring alternatives for aging Ebbets Field for seven years. Back in 1946, as a minority owner, ...

On This Day in History: October 4 'Next Year' Finally Came! Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Brooklyn,NY,USA
published online 10-04-2007 BROOKLYN — In answer to millions of prayers the Brooklyn Dodgers won a World Series! ...

The bum from Brooklyn New York Daily News - New York,NY,USA
But what we have here tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of the day Walter O'Malley officially announced that his Dodgers would depart Brooklyn for points ...

Dodgers announcer Scully was just happy to have a job in LA Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
The Brooklyn Dodgers, the beloved Bums of Flatbush, were leaving their cherished borough for the bright promise of Los Angeles. ...

When the Losers Were Loved New York Times - United States
By MICHAEL SHAPIRO CARL ERSKINE, who pitched for the Brooklyn Dodgers and so knew something about despair, had followed the declining fortunes of the Mets, ...

A Dodger's Politics, and Images of a Vanished Era New York Times - United States
By SAM ROBERTS IT'S probably impossible to say too much about Jackie Robinson, the legendary Brooklyn Dodger who integrated Major League Baseball in 1947. ...

LA's major league play: Dodgers' 50 years in Los Angeles Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
On the other side of the continent, the Dodgers seemed entrenched in Brooklyn, where they had been since their inception in 1890 as the Bridegrooms. ...

The Catch Heard 'Round the World The Santa Barbara Independent - Santa Barbara,CA,USA
In the '47 series, there was no bigger star than DiMaggio of the New York Yankees and no smaller speck of a player than Gionfriddo of the Brooklyn Dodgers. ...

Story appeared in SPORTS section, Page C1 Sacramento Bee - CA, USA
The New York Giants, to paraphrase grammatically challenged Brooklyn Dodgers manager Chuck Dressen, was dead. Long live the San Francisco Giants ... even as ...

Thomson's Shot Still a Sports Rarity WTOC - Savannah,GA,USA
... Shot Heard Round the world, a bottom-of-the-ninth blast that led the New York Giants past the Brooklyn Dodgers for the National League title in 1951. ...

On This Day in History: October 3 Rain and Loss of Series Sadden ... Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Brooklyn,NY,USA
... published online 10-03-2007 EBBETS FIELD — The 1941 World Series ended in October between the arch-rival NYC baseball teams the Brooklyn Dodgers and the ...

In determining baseball's Golden Age, the matter is subject to ... New Brunswick Home News Tribune - New Brunswick,NJ,USA
Before the Dodgers abandoned Brooklyn, the fans had abandoned Brooklyn. Next season Yankee Stadium figures to be filled for 81 games, with more than four ...

Fans gather for 50th anniversary of Giants' last home game in New York The Canadian Press - Walter O'Malley, whose Brooklyn Dodgers drew 1028258 to Ebbets Field, was vilified perhaps even more than Stoneham. It was a different era: There were 16 ...

Bury My Heart at Ebbets Field New York Times - United States
By DAVE ANDERSON Fifty years later, historical revisionists have all but beatified Walter O'Malley for absconding to Los Angeles with the Brooklyn Dodgers ...

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