A cartoonist named Willard Mullin created a cartoon character called the 'Brooklyn Bum' in the 1930s. The cartoon became synomymous with the Dodgers and the working class makeup of Brooklyn.
The famous Brooklyn Dodgers were a baseball team.
That is the correct spelling of the plural noun, dodgers. However, it is more likely to be a proper noun, the baseball team named the Los Angeles Dodgers (formerly Brooklyn Dodgers).
Hi there - the Brooklyn Dodgers seem to have been founded in 1883.
They were, of course, the old Brooklyn Dodgers who got their name from what the fans had to do to get to Ebbets field.......dodge trolley cars.
No. He played for the Brooklyn Dodgers (But not actually in Brooklyn). The "Brooklyn" Dodgers played in LA.
There was no player with the number 55 on the Brooklyn Dodgers of 1955
The LA Dodgers were once the Brooklyn Dodgers. In the late 1950s, both the Dodgers and Giants (then a New York team) moved to California. Yes, they were known as the Brooklyn Dodgers when the team was in Brooklyn. They were also known as The Brooklyn Bums or just 'Da Bums. They were the working man's team as opposed to the mighty Yankees who were known as the elitist man's team: the blue collar vs. the white collar teams. During the period from the '30's through the early 50s, the Dodgers were also refered to as the Robins. In the 19th Century, before they were re-named the Dodgers, they were called the Brooklyn Bridegrooms. The Dodgers were known as the Robins out of respect to their Hall of Fame manager Wilbert Robinson during the 1910s and 1920s. Brooklyn Bridegrooms, 1890-1898 Brooklyn Superbas, 1899-1910 Brooklyn Dodgers, 1911-1913 Brooklyn Robins, 1914-1931 Brooklyn Dodgers, 1932-1957 Los Angeles Dodgers, 1958-present
The Brooklyn Robins
No. The Brooklyn Dodgers were a Major League team who became the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1958.
The Brooklyn Dodgers played at Ebbets Field from 1913 to 1957.
Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, New York. Robinson retired before the Dodgers moved to Los Angeles.
The Brooklyn Dodgers became the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1957. As the LA Dodgers, they won the World Series in 1988, 1981, 1965, 1963, 1959. The Brooklyn Dodgers won the 1955 World Series.
The Dodgers final season in Brooklyn was 1957.
In Brooklyn, the Dodgers were first called the Trolley Dodgers, then the name was shortened to Dodgers.
1957 was the final year of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Dodgers owner Walter O'Malley moved the club to Los Angeles during the winter of 1957, the team became the Los Angeles Dodgers starting with the 1958 season.
Ebbets Field was the Brooklyn Dodgers home field from 1913 -1957. It was located in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, NY,
Jackie Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers was named the National League ViP in 1949.
Prior to playing at Ebbets Field, the Brooklyn Dodgers played at Washington Field in Brooklyn, New York.The Dodgers played at Ebbets Field from 1913-1957. While playing at Washington Field the team had several unofficial names, such as the Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers and the Brooklyn Superbas.
The Brooklyn Dodgers moved to Los Angeles in 1958 and played at the Memorial Coliseum.
Pee Wee Reese was Jackie Robinson's friend on the Brooklyn Dodgers.
The Brooklyn Dodgers moved to Los Angeles in the 1950s. They are now known as the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Brooklyn Dodgers won 98 games in 1955 but they had lost 55 games.