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    Dodgers: Jackie Robinson to Receive Echo Park Mural

    The great Jackie Robinson is receiving a much deserved mural in his honor in Echo Park, a city located a short walk away from Chavez Ravine. This is what the mural looks like: Something this awesome should attract some crowds in its early stages of construction. Because of its close proximity to the ballpark, it […] More

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    Dodgers Charity: Play Catch with Clayton Kershaw at Dodger Stadium

    The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) has partnered with Kershaw’s Challenge to give fans a chance, through a sweepstakes, to play catch with Clayton Kershaw at Dodger Stadium in an effort to provide funds to a project announced on Jackie Robinson Day. The project plans to refurbish Jackie Robinson Stadium and construct a new “Field […] More

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    Dodgers News: Jackie Robinson’s Bat Found At Garage Sale

    Pieces of history from Dodgers’ legend Jackie Robinson’s career can be found in the most peculiar places. While most pieces can be found at Dodger Stadium and in baseball museums, they can also apparently be found at garage sales in Iowa. In 2013, Bruce Scapecchi found a unique wooden bat that was mixed in with […] More

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    Game Recap: Joc Walks It Off, Kershaw and Puig Return on Jackie Robinson Day

    The Dodgers opened up a three-game series with the Cincinnati Reds on a day jam-packed with drama, celebration, and returns. The club sent the returning Clayton Kershaw to the mound against budding ace Luis Castillo. Kersh is back, tell a friend. pic.twitter.com/fDKSVhyrdN — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) April 15, 2019 Old Friends Yasiel Puig, Matt […] More

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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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    The Top 5 Opening Days in Dodgers History

    It’s almost here: Opening Day. It arrives after a drawn-out offseason that felt twice as long, from owner collusion to Stan Kasten’s misguided comments to the unfortunate death of a fan struck by a foul ball. To make things even more trying, the Opening Day starting pitcher wasn’t even decided until the 11th hour this […] More

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    Dodgers To Open Pop-Up Museum Presented By Mastercard

    Are you in Los Angeles for Thanksgiving weekend and looking for something Dodgers related? We just might have the thing for you. The Dodgers will host their third annual Pop-Up Museum presented by Mastercard beginning this Saturday (November 24th). The event will take place on the Left Field reserve level of the ballpark. Tickets for […] More

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    5 Things You May Not Know About Jackie Robinson

    We know Jackie Robinson is a model human being. He lived a life worth living. He left a legacy worthy of one of the best men in history. His faith and convictions guided him and he never backed down unless backing down was good for the greater good. Truthfully, Jackie, we need you. The world […] More

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    Dodgers News: Players Honor Jackie Robinson

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are set to honor the great Jackie Robinson’s 70th anniversary of breaking the color barrier during Saturday night’s game. The team will be releasing a bronze Jackie Robinson statue that will be placed outside of Dodger Stadium. Jackie Robinson is the true definition of the American dream and is the staple of Major […] More

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    Dodgers News: Adidas Honors Jackie Robinson for 70th Anniversary

    The Dodgers are unveiling a statue at Dodger Stadium for Jackie Robinson on the 70th anniversary of him breaking baseball’s color barrier. Adidas will honor him in its own way. Adidas unveiled a new cleat and turf trainer in Robinson’s honor. It’s also announced a new stadium at John Muir High School in Pasadena, California, […] More

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    Dodgers News: Jackie Robinson Statue Arrives at Chavez Ravine

    On the 70th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s MLB debut, the Dodgers planned something extra special. A 10-foot statue of Robinson will be placed outside Dodger Stadium. Robinson, of course, is an immortal figure in baseball history as the first African American to play in the league. The statue was sculpted by Branly Cadet. Construction was […] More

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