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    Dodgers NL MVP Annals: Maury Wills (1962)

    Welcome back to my series for Dodgers Nation, the Dodgers NL MVP Annals! In each installment, I take an in-depth look at every single MVP season by a Dodger and the player who won it. The Dodgers franchise can currently lay claim to 13 National League MVP awards, won by 11 different players. These stretch […] More

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    Dodgers Book Review: The Last Innocents by Michael Leahy

    The Los Angeles Dodgers’ franchise is filled with a rich history, mostly highlighted by legendary announcer Vin Scully. However, award winning author Michael Leahy has captured an important decade for the team in his book, The Last Innocents. Leahy takes readers on a significant journey through Major League Baseball in the 1960s. His book tells […] More

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    Dodgers News: Last Spring Training For Maury Wills

    The Los Angeles Dodgers signed Maury Wills in 1951, and he’s been a major instrumental figure in their organization ever since. From his dazzling speed to his infectious personality to his ability to teach those who would be the next generation, Wills could do it all. But, now, his time is coming to a close. […] More

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    Dodgers News: Maury Wills To Be Given Lifetime Achievement Award

    Former Dodger great Maury Wills will be honored at the Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation’s “In The Spirit of the Game” annual event with a lifetime achievement award this Saturday. The event will take place in Beverly Hills. The 1962 National League Most Valuable Player is now 83 years old. His 586 stolen bases rank 20th […] More

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