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  • Our Brooklyn Dodger History!

    I am starting this NEW THREAD to cover OUR ENTIRE BROOKLYN DODGER HISTORY in PHOTOS, NEWS STORIES and ARTICLES of INTEREST. I invite ALL members to enjoy it, and contribute to it.

    How PROUDLY she will always stand....OUR EBBETS FIELD....in glorious black & white.




    From an eBay listing.

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    Dodger yearbooks

    I have dodger yearbooks from 1955, 1956 and 1957. Then i have LA Dodger yearbooks though the mid 80's.

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            Gil Hodges should be in the Hall of Fame...Dammit! :grouchy

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              I have always loved this picture. I can never tell who the players are though. I'ts from BALLPARKSOFBASEBALL.com
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                These is a 1954 TOPPS card of JOHNNY PODRES....




                From an eBay listing.

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                  Great photo of OUR DODGERS getting off TWA plane and being welcomed home by many Brooklyn fans, including OUR Dodger Sym-Phony. Judging by who is in the photo, I would say this had to be 1954.....




                  From an eBay listing.

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                    OUR 1955 WORLD CHAMPIONS....in glorious color!




                    From an eBay listing.

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                      Originally posted by DODGER DEB
                      Great photo of OUR DODGERS getting off TWA plane and being welcomed home by many Brooklyn fans, including OUR Dodger Sym-Phony. Judging by who is in the photo, I would say this had to be 1954.....




                      From an eBay listing.

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                      Who is that fellow between Campy and the argyle sweater. I have seen him in many Dodger photos and can never figure out who he was. I know he is not a player. For further clarification, he has a thin mustache and looks kind of like a B movie gangster. You will know DD.
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                        Originally posted by Shotgun Shuba
                        Who is that fellow between Campy and the argyle sweater. I have seen him in many Dodger photos and can never figure out who he was. I know he is not a player. For further clarification, he has a thin mustache and looks kind of like a B movie gangster. You will know DD.

                        That is LEE SCOTT ("Scotty"), OUR Traveling Secretary. Actually Scotty was was very nice guy, quite a "dapper" dresser, who everyone drove crazy.

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                          OUR CAPTAIN in his action best.....




                          From an eBay listing.

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                            DIXIE WALKER...."The People's Choice".......




                            From an eBay listing.

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                              The STARS of OUR BROOKLYN DODGERS...around 1949



                              JACKIE, SKOONJ, PEE WEE - CAMPY, GIL, DUKE


                              Fom an eBay listing.

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