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Spotlight on Dodgers’ History: Uncle Robbie

The Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers have a long, illustrious history.


True, the “Bums,” as they are still sometimes lovingly called, did not win a World Series until 1955, but baseball was first played in the borough in 1856, when the Brooklyn Atlantic first took the field.


Since 1913, when Ebbets Field opened at 55 Sullivan Place, at the corner of Sullivan and McKeever in the Flatbush section of New York, the Dodgers have had a rich history of colorful managers.

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