Remembering Jackie Robinson & the 1953 Brooklyn Dodgers


(Editor’s note: To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the legendary Jackie Robinson’s birth, we decided to put this story together about all the greatness surrounding the 1953 Brooklyn Dodgers. There was some previous TBPC content used in this story.)

While I was never exceptiponally familiar with the history of the 1953 Brooklyn Dodgers, I couldn’t help but start digging into the history books a little during the team’s 2017 season, when the modern-day Boys in Blue were constantly being compared to the exalted squad from more than 65 years ago.

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Recalling 5 of the Worst Trades in Recent Dodgers History


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Since officially moving to Los Angeles in 1958, many player trades occurred that were instrumental in winning 11 National League pennants and five World Series championships. However, along with the deals that were beneficial came the deals that were dreadful. Consequently, people often wonder what may have transpired if a number of these trades could have been undone.

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Ranking the 5 Greatest Lefty Starters in Dodgers History


(Editor’s Note: To commemorate the great Sandy Koufax’s 83rd birthday, we decided that December 30 was the perfect day to share a little Dodgers history. Portions of this story are reprinted from a previous post from April 2016)

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Celebrating 60 Years in Los Angeles: A Crash Course on How the Dodgers Left Brooklyn


The year is 1957. It’s been 10 years since the world was introduced to Jackie Robinson. Brooklyn, New York is the epitome of a baseball town. Ebbets Field has spent the entirety of it’s season being home to some of the strongest fans, and loudest cheers in New York.

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Ohtani Intrigue a Welcome Reminder of Dodgers’ Biggest Rivalries


One pleasantly unexpected development in Los Angeles Dodgers world last week was the high and hard shade thrown by Our Guys towards the Angels’ Shohei Ohtani.

You know, Shohei Ohtani—the rookie pitcher who can’t hold the Tijuana Toros to under six runs in four innings. The guy who was supposed to be the new Babe Ruth.

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The Greatness of Corey Seager, Appreciated

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The Corey Seager experience has been a little subdued this spring.

The 2016 National League Rookie of the Year has a sore elbow that has lingered since the second half of the 2017 season. He served as the Los Angeles Dodgers’ designated hitter in the defending NL champs’ 13-5 win over the White Sox in the preseason opener on Friday, a genuinely strange sight. Seager then sat out on Saturday with a stomach illness. 

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Recalling Five of the Worst Trades in Dodgers Recent History

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With the MLB hot stove season about to heat up during the winter meetings this weekend in Orlando, many fans across Dodgertown are envisioning a few potential trade scenarios, and can’t help but recollect some of the more disappointing deals in the history of the Los Angeles Dodgers franchise.

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A Look Back at the 1953 Brooklyn Dodgers


For those of you fortunate enough to catch the daily broadcasts of the Dodgers on your television, radio or computer these days, you’ve heard many times recently the comparisons of today’s club to the 1953 Brooklyn squad, mainly because the 2017 team has a shot at breaking the single-season win record that stood for 64 years.

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A Letter to My Mom on Mother’s Day: Thank You for Making Me a Dodgers Fan


My very first major league baseball game was at Dodger Stadium. I was only a year old, and I loved to sing ‘Take Me Out To The Ballgame.” 39 years later, not much has changed, and I owe that all to my mother.

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Players that Dodgers Fans Love to Hate

“And I, get sick when I’m around,
I, can’t stand to be around
I, hate everything about you!
Everything about you, everything about you,
Everything about you”

~Ugly Kid Joe


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