Brooklyn Dodger Videos

Loading...

Brooklyn Dodgers guest on What's my line?

Loading...

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Brooklyn Dodger News Alerts

GORDON WHITE: Local Resident Linked to Thompson's Home Run Southern Pines Pilot - Southern Pines,NC,USA
The Giants trailed the National League-leading Brooklyn Dodgers by 13.5 games on August 11, 1951. From that point on the Giants established one of ...

HISTORY IN HAND Youngstown Vindicator - Youngstown,OH,USA
That changed when Robinson became a member of the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. Phyllis Messuri, fourth-grade teacher, said she brought in Shuba, 84, ...

Kids books that make a pitch for baseball San Francisco Chronicle - CA, USA
Maddox, who is the grandniece of Branch Rickey, the man who broke the color barrier by signing Jackie Robinson to the Brooklyn Dodgers, deconstructs the ...

The real Brooklyn Dodgers story Press-Enterprise - Riverside,CA,USA
The Dodgers were doomed in tiny, decrepit and boxed-in Ebbets Field, and O'Malley worked for a decade seeking sites for a new stadium in Brooklyn. ...

Newcombe named special advisor MLB.com - USA
Robinson joined the Brooklyn Dodgers first in 1947, breaking baseball's color barrier, with Campanella joining him in 1948 and Newcombe in 1949. ...

On This Day in History: March 23 The Dodgers Go Hollywood Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Brooklyn,NY,USA
Last but not least the film featured the Brooklyn Dodgers. In the story, Red is suspected of being a cop killer called “the constant reader. ...

Here’s the pitch — O’Malley still out at home BrooklynPapers.com - NY, United States
“The Dodgers leaving Brooklyn was like tearing down the original Penn Station,” said Cathy Gavin of Park Slope, the daughter of an aggrieved Brooklyn Dodger ...

Recapping Peter O'Malley's visit to Brooklyn Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
Former Dodger owner Peter O'Malley made his visit on Saturday to Brooklyn -- the Brooklyn Historical Society, to be precise -- to discuss his father Walter ...

The most hated man in baseball? Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
When owner Walter O'Malley announced in 1957 that he would move the Dodgers from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, many New Yorkers decided he was "a money-grubbing ...

Ace slept here, and it's for sale HamptonRoads.com PilotOnline.com Parker played for the Brooklyn Dodgers and was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player in 1940. He was in the first pro football game ever televised, long before the days of big money endorsements for sports stars. ...

O'Malley heads to Brooklyn Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
... O’Malley and the Dodgers at the Brooklyn Historical Society on Saturday at 1 pm If any of the New York-based readers of Dodger Thoughts are around, ...

The Trolleys We Didn’t Dodge Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Brooklyn,NY,USA
By 1919, there were 40 different trolley lines in Brooklyn, an abundance that inspired the nickname “trolley dodgers” for Brooklynites (a certain famous ...

Forever Blue: Q&A With Michael D’Antonio New York Times Blogs - New York,NY,USA
“Forever Blue” describes the Brooklyn Dodgers as “America’s team before there was such a term.” Explain. Brooklyn, with its spirit and history as a first ...

The verdict on Walter O'Malley Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
Diehards would no doubt have preferred an anemic Brooklyn Dodger team to none at all, but based on the thorough histories we now have before us, ...

Can We Ever Forgive Him? Book Defending O’Malley To Be Launched at ... Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Brooklyn,NY,USA
“I think he had LA lined up for years,” says Andrew Paul Mele, a Brooklyn native and author of the A Brooklyn Dodgers Reader and The Boys of Brooklyn. ...

Happy Birthday Pete Reiser Tot Holmes (registration) - Gothenburg,NE,USA
He later was a successful Dodgers minor league manager and died on October 25, 1981. Leo Durocher, who managed the Dodgers when Reiser played in Brooklyn, ...

Former Dodgers' boss O'Malley gets sympathetic bio San Francisco Chronicle - CA, USA
The Brooklyn Dodgers had finally won the World Series — against their dreaded Bronx rivals, no less. By 1958, the Dodgers had left Ebbets Field for Los ...

After 61 years of spring training in Vero Beach, Dodgertown now ... Palm Beach Post - FL, United States
By EVE SAMPLES When the Los Angeles Dodgers' planes started touching down at Vero Beach Municipal Airport in mid-February, the restaurant overlooking the ...

A True Family Of Baseball BlackAthlete.net - USA
Branch Rickey, in sore need of solid pitching for his Brooklyn Dodgers, purchased Bankhead's contract from Memphis in late August. On August 26, 1947, ...

Getting into Bucky's dome: MCA's show on Buckminster Fuller opens ... Chicago Tribune - United States
The Brooklyn Dodgers asked Fuller to design the first domed stadium (it was never built). He designed domes for American pavilions at international ...

Sympathy for THIS Devil? For O’Malley? Neva! BrooklynPapers.com - NY, United States
The son of former Brooklyn Dodgers owner Walter O’Malley, perhaps the most reviled man in the history of the Western Hemisphere, will face down a borough ...

FROM THE BROOKLYN AERIE Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Brooklyn,NY,USA
If anyone asks you what the score was of the Johnny Podres win over the New York Yankees in the 1955 World Series in which Brooklyn Dodgers scored their one ...

In Vero Beach, Dodger Blue Fades to Black New York Times - United States
For Dodgers fans, it brought much more than that. With Ebbets Field long committed to memory, Vero Beach was the last vestige of the Brooklyn Dodgers and a ...

Teamwork is overrated Sportsnet.ca - Toronto,Ontario,Canada
The Brooklyn Dodgers in 1954. From left, Carl Furillo, Gil Hodges, Sandy Amoros, Jackie Robinson, Duke Snider, Pee Wee Reese, Jim Gilliam, Pete Wojey and ...

Walter O'Malley's blame in Dodgers move is complex Newsday - Long Island,NY,USA
Interesting book excerpt in SI regarding Robert Moses' involvement in the Dodgers' relocation to Brooklyn, although much of this ground was covered in an ...

Win Forever Blue The Star-Ledger - NJ.com - Newark,NJ,USA
Forever Blue recounts the last days of the Brooklyn Dodgers from the perspective of Walter O'Malley, the most reviled man in Brooklyn sports history. ...

Performance Riverside confronts racism with courage Press-Enterprise - Riverside,CA,USA
Robinson endured death threats to himself and his family, and received physical and verbal abuse almost everywhere he traveled with the Brooklyn Dodgers. ...

First big-leaguer subject of video Livingston Daily - Livingston,MI,USA
In 1911 and 1912, Bert Tooley of Howell played for the Brooklyn Dodgers (known in those days as the Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers). Tooley was a light-hitting ...

Educators see 'Most Valuable Player' as catalyst for difficult ... Press-Enterprise - Riverside,CA,USA
At the behest of Branch Rickey, the owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers who signed Robinson, the baseball player did not strike back at his tormentors. ...

Dodgertown Not Forgotten Bleacher Report - San Francisco,CA,USA
Dodgertown was the home of the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers from 1949 until 2008. The location, Vero Beach, Fla., is a small oceanfront community located on ...

On This Day in History: February 23 Ebbets Field Is Demolished Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Brooklyn,NY,USA
What’s Brooklyn without the Dodgers?” Today, the Ebbets Field Apartments occupy the land where “Dem Bums” used to play. On April 9, 1913, the most modern ...

Dodger Fans Have Always Been Passionate InsideTheIvy.com (subscription) - New Orleans,LA,USA
In 1938, Robert Joyce walked into a Brooklyn bar after the Dodgers had lost to the Giants. The bartender ragged on him as did a Giant fan who was visiting ...

Brooklyn Through the Years: February Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Brooklyn,NY,USA
February 23, 1960 Demolition Day at Ebbets Field with Brooklyn Dodgers attending ceremony. February 24, 1916 Brooklyn Institute Museum, now Brooklyn Museum ...

No comments: