For decades, a circa 1860s Brooklyn Atlantics team baseball card was tucked away, first inside a secret drawer of a bedroom set and then between the pages of a photo album.
Jackie Robinson Day was celebrated even in space this year.
When Clayton Kershaw’s stellar 2014 season earned him both Cy Young and National League MVP honors, he accomplished something that hasn’t been done in nearly half a century. Bob Gibson was the last pitcher to […]
The Los Angeles Dodgers Tuesday announced the hiring of Andrew Friedman of the Tampa Bay Rays to the newly created position of President, Baseball Operations.
Fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers, baseball and sports in general were elated when longtime announcer Vin Scully announced he would return behind the microphone for the 2015 season.
With the San Francisco Giants being the first team since 1986 to successfully protest a game, we decided to take a look back at some of the past protested games upheld by the MLB. Here’s five times MLB game protests have been upheld:
Don Zimmer wasn’t a fixture in baseball forever. It just seemed that way.
On Wednesday the Los Angeles Dodgers reached a milestone, winning their 10,000th game over the Minnesota Twins 6-4 at Target Field.
Marking the 67th anniversary of the day Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier, Rev. Jesse Jackson praised Commissioner Bud Selig for the strides the sport has taken in minority opportunities over the past two decades.
Sandy Koufax wasn’t wearing a Dodgers uniform when he walked around the practice fields Monday at the team’s spring training camp.
Jackie Robinson’s 1947 Rookie of the Year award for the season he broke baseball’s color barrier has sold for $401,968.
Not only do many of us see the Dodgers as a five borough endeavor, an extension of our blue-collar grit and white-collar elitism, but we now must watch our enemy rocket to the top with a Yankee icon at the helm.
Punto homered in the seventh inning as the Dodgers rallied past the New York Mets 4-2 on Monday night to stretch their winning streak to six games.
When Artie Gore made his major league debut, his fellow umpires autographed a ball and gave it to him as a keepsake. Now it’s being auctioned off for more than $20,000 — and not just because it was used in an umpire’s first game 66 years ago.
The Los Angeles Dodgers, along with the rest of Major League Baseball, will celebrate Jackie Robinson Day Monday, exactly 66 years after he shattered the sport’s racial barrier.