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Sunday, October 11, 2009

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Arts Council presents Robinson tribute Corsicana Daily SunEbbet's Field, Brooklyn, New York, 1947 — Before a crowd of 26623 Americans, an African American baseball player suits up in a Brooklyn Dodgers uniform and ...

Swepsonville's Thompson, an ex-Dodger, dies Burlington Times News
Former Brooklyn pitcher Carl Erskine played with Thompson on that 1953 team, which he ranks as among the best Brooklyn Dodger lineups of all time. ...

Old-timers remember the good old days of baseball Ventura County Star
Born Oct. 5, 1909, Malinosky played three months for the Brooklyn Dodgers as an infielder in 1937. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) In this photo released by the Los ...

That Artful Dodgers Voice Wall Street Journal
In 1950, when he was only 23, Mr. Scully joined his mentor in the Brooklyn Dodgers broadcast booth and learned to never root for the home team, ...

Dodgers' Vin Scully 'One on One' From the Booth NewsHour
JEFFREY BROWN: He called the only perfect game pitched in a World Series: Don Larsen's gem for the Yankees against the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1956. ...

Mickey Owen: Give Him a Break Subway Squawkers (blog)
He was a four-time National League All-Star as catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers, was elected a County Sheriff, and ran the Mickey Owen Baseball School, ...

Oldest Major Leaguer Hits 100 NBC Los Angeles
Malinoski turned 100 Monday, just two days before the Dodgers open the MLB playoffs against St. Louis. His brief career with the Brooklyn Dodgers began ...

A Crown Heights History, Told by a Crown Heights Resident Brooklyn Daily Eagle
But the most beloved of the neighborhood's bygone structures is certainly Ebbets Field, which was bounded by Bedford Avenue, Sullivan Place, mckeever Place ...

October 4 is Johnny Podres Day: Brooklyn Triumphant Subway Squawkers (blog)
“Please don't interrupt,” Shirley Povich wrote for the next day's Washington Post, “because you haven't heard this one before: The Brooklyn Dodgers are ...

The Spirits of Coogan's Bluff Haunt the Mets New York Times
“The Mets even played here for two seasons before they moved to Shea Stadium in 1964, but the Giants are virtually ignored at Citi Field. ...

Tony Malinosky still following Dodgers at 99 Los Angeles Times
The former Brooklyn Dodgers infielder, who is days away from his 100th birthday, is baseball's oldest major leaguer. Tony Malinosky played three months for ...

Collinsville?s major leaguer hits century mark SuburbanJournals
He played in 35 games for the Brooklyn Dodgers in his golden summer before a knee injury sidelined him. While Malinosky was a Dodger, Collinsville gave one ...

Former big leaguer turning 100 years old MLB.com
Malinosky, who batted .228 in 79 at-bats for the 1937 Brooklyn Dodgers, remains an ardent fan of his big league alma mater. "I've got a very good TV and we ...

On This Day in History: October 4 'Next Year' Finally Came! Brooklyn Daily Eagleby Vernon Parker (history@brooklyneagle.net)
, published online 10-02-2009 In answer to millions of prayers the Brooklyn Dodgers won a World Series! ...

LA Dodgers to honor Tommy Lasorda on Friday Los Angeles Daily News
Lasorda initially became part of the Dodger organization on Nov. 24, 1948, when the then-Brooklyn Dodgers selected him from the Philadelphia Phillies in the ...

Brooklyn outfielder Don Thompson died at 85 Tot Holmes (registration)
Thompson was a reserve outfielder during the time that Duke Snider, Carl Furillo, Andy Pafko and Sandy Amoros patrolled the green grass of Ebbets Field, ...

On This Day in History: October 1 On the Town: 1922 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
If you had wanted a little work-out with your fun you could have gone to the Brooklyn Roller Skating Rink out near Ebbets Field where you could have done ...

Brooklyn Through the Years: October Brooklyn Daily Eagle
October 4, 1955: Brooklyn Dodgers win their only World Series against the New York Yankees, 4 games to 3. Final game: Dodgers 2; Yankees 0. ...

On This Day in History: October 1 Baseball Fans Storm Ebbets Brooklyn Daily Eagleby Vernon Parker (history@brooklyneagle.net),
published online 10-01-2009 On October 1, 1951, the Brooklyn Dodgers and the NY Giants battled it out in the ...

FROM THE BROOKLYN AERIE Brooklyn Daily Eagleby David Weiss (edit@brooklyneagle.net),
published online 09-30-2009 By David Ansel Weiss Although the Brooklyn Dodgers won just one World's Series in 1955, ...

Bill Bevens' Last Pitch in the Major Leagues Bleacher Report
Floyd "Bill" Bevens started Game Four of the 1947 World Series for the New Yankees at Ebbets Field against Brooklyn's rookie sensation, Harry Taylor, ...

The last el from Brooklyn Irish Echo
Ebbets Field and the Dodgers provide another set of memories. "Manhattan has such energy. You can feel it when you return after being away," said King, ...

Ex-Dodger Thompson dies at 85 Lower Hudson Journal newsBy Bob Berghaus
• Gannett • September 30, 2009 ASHEVILLE, NC - Don Thompson, who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers with Jackie Robinson, Duke Snider and Gil ...

Thompson, ex-Dodgers player, dead at 85 Asheville Citizen-TimesASHEVILLE
— Don Thompson played baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers with Jackie Robinson, Duke Snider and Gil Hodges. He roamed the outfield of Ebbets Field, ...

Armando's, Heights Mainstay For Over 70 Years, To Reopen Today Brooklyn Daily Eagle
The Armando's bar was also a favorite watering hangout for many of the Brooklyn Dodgers, as the team's office was also on Montague Street. ...

On This Day in History: September 24 Dodgers Bid a Sad Adieu To ... Brooklyn Daily Eagle
What's Brooklyn without the Dodgers?” It was on April 9, 1913 that the most modern ballpark of its time opened in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, ...

'Red Remembers' Golden Era of baseball Troy Record - Troy,NY,USA
The baseball references are gold to a person who like myself spent his youth in Ebbets Field, but the obscure references about some ballplayers might ...

On This Day in History: September 17 The Battle of Ebbets Field Brooklyn Daily Eagle
The Ebbets Field home attendance [for the season] reached 931421 yesterday [Sept. 16]. The Dodgers have eight more playing days at home in which to pass the ...

'69 Mets: Team finally got serious under Gil Hodges Newsday
Those hands were familiar to New Yorkers who cherished Hodges as a star first baseman with the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1950s and as a nostalgic addition to ...

Harwell's heartfelt farewell: Legend serene in face of cancer USA Today
"I've got a little old bug that works pretty fast," says Harwell, who also called games for the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants and Baltimore Orioles from ...

'Book it' to the New Lenox Library New Lenox Patriot
... the story of his father, Gene Moore, who was headed for baseball stardom with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1941 when Pearl Harbor interrupted his plans. ...

Former Dodger Lonny Frey Died at 99 Tot Holmes (registration)By Tot Holmes
Lonny Frey, who played with the Brooklyn Dodgers 1933-36, died September 13 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Frey played in the majors from 1933 ...

On This Day in History: September 18-19 Ward's Field of Dreams Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Brooklyn,NY,USA
famous loaf, found a home at Brooklyn's Washington Park, which had been the home of the Dodgers until they moved to the newer and larger Ebbets Field in ...

MLB Miscellany: An All-Star Lineup of Ex-Major Leaguers 90 and Older Bleacher Report
Catcher: Mike Sandlock, who spent some time with the Brooklyn Dodgers and Boston Braves (yes, the Braves). First base: Phil Cavaretta, who helped the Cubs ...

Lonny Frey, second-oldest major leaguer, dies at 99 Victoria Advocate
Frey was the last surviving player to play for the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants and Yankees. Frey, originally a switch-hitter who began batting ...

Hey, sports fans: Here's what baseball was like before it was great BrooklynPapers.com
The park's location on Fifth Avenue between Third and Fourth Streets was the site of the home of the Brooklyn Dodgers before Ebbets Field opened in 1912. ...

Tigers and Fans Salute Harwell New York Times
A native of Atlanta, Harwell began his broadcasting career in 1948 with the Brooklyn Dodgers. He spent several years each with the New York Giants and the ...

Former major-leaguer Lonny Frey dies Seattle Times
Mr. Frey was the last surviving player to play for the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants and Yankees. Mr. Frey was a .269 career hitter, with 61 home runs. ...

Come to Think of It: Vin Scully's 'Voice Of Heaven' Still Going Strong Bleacher Report
... and deciding game of the 1955 World Series, when Scully announced simply, "Ladies and gentlemen, the Brooklyn Dodgers are the champions of the world. ...

Carl Erskine to lead Special Olympics benefit Chicago Tribune
The former Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher has been a fixture at the event for 20 years. He will take the stage once again to play the harmonica with his ...

Defenders demise is Nashua's loss Nashua Telegraph
In 1956 "Newk" won Rookie of the Year, MVP and Cy Young awards when he moved up to the major league pitching for the Brooklyn Dodgers. ...

New Field Celebrated For Slope's Washington Park Brooklyn Daily Eagle
In December 2008, the three-acre park was again named for Washington, as when it was home to Brooklyn Baseball Club, the predecessor to the Brooklyn Dodgers ...

The Brooklyn Dodgers Defied the Ku Klux Klan Bleacher Report by Harold Friend (Scribe) Written on August 26, 2009
The Brooklyn Dodgers had scheduled three exhibition games against the Atlanta Crackers to be played in ...

Brooklyn is true to Tommy YourNabe.com
Moments after Lasorda was inducted himself into the Brooklyn Dodgers Hall of Fame by the museum's curator, Marty Adler, he was experiencing a flashback. ...

Giants–Dodgers, the Forgotten Rivalry The Epoch Times
He broke into the majors with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. He was the first African-American player ever and became an icon in major league baseball. ...

Neil Diamond Owes His Career to the Brooklyn Dodgers Spinner
More than 50 years later, Diamond is still hurt by the move of his beloved Brooklyn Dodgers to Los Angeles. "The Dodgers were part of my existence so I have ...

Tommy Lasorda — Brooklyn hall of famer?! BrooklynPapers.com
Lasorda, the retired Los Angeles Dodger manager, was inducted into the Brooklyn Dodgers Hall of Fame at Keyspan Park on Sunday, despite pitching for Dem ...