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    Dodgers: Remember 42: The Jackie Robinson Movie

    It is no secret that Jack Roosevelt Robinson had an immeasurable impact on not only the game of baseball and the Dodgers organization, but on the global scale. Born in Cairo, Georgia in 1919, Robinson attended UCLA where he was a star athlete in more sports than solely on the diamond. He embodies the Civil […] More

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    Analytics 101: A Guide To Understanding Advanced Baseball Statistics

    [et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”]Analytics, also called sabermetrics, rule baseball front offices, and on-field decision making. To most fans, they’re just a confusing or misunderstood topic. Some people think they ruin baseball or change the game too much, but that is just not the case. Analytics are just used to try to find […] More

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    This Day In Dodger History: Branch Rickey Inducted Into HOF

    [new_royalslider id=”238″] Longtime Brooklyn Dodgers’ president Branch Ricky was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame after a change of eligibility rules 47-years-ago today. Rickey, historically know for being a main contributor in breaking the color barrier, spent 26 years at the helm of baseball presidency. He spent 17 years with the St. Louis Cardinals […] More