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    This Day in Dodgers History: Walter O’Malley Passes Away

    In recent decades, the subject of Dodgers ownership has been a rather checkered one. For a long stretch, the negligence of Fox and more egregiously Frank McCourt resulted in mediocrity on the field and eventual backlash from the fans. From 2012 to the present, the Guggenheim Group has brought the Dodgers back to perennial relevance […] More

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    From Robinson to Roberts: Dodgers Have Led the Way

    Throughout their history, the Dodgers Organization has changed culture through their choice of players, managers, and front office personnel. Starting with former General Manager Branch Rickey and Owner Walter O’Malley, more than any other professional sports franchise, the Dodgers have the led the way in cultural diversity and player development. The Dodgers realized early on […] More

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    Today In Dodger History: Walter O’Malley Elected To Hall Of Fame

    December 3, 2007 On this date in 2007, Walter O’Malley was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee posthumously for the 2008 induction class. O’Malley was responsible for bringing the Dodgers to Los Angeles from Brooklyn in 1958, making them the first team west of Kansas City. He was also […] More