No player of great renown wore that number for Brooklyn; perhaps the most famous being Schoolboy Rowe in 1942.
Tommy Lasorda payed for the 1954, and 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers, and wore uniform number 29 for the first part of 1954, and then 27. He wore uniform number 23 with the 1956 Kansas City Athletics.
Both the Brooklyn Dodgers and Chicago White Sox wore shorts as a uniform briefly in the 1950s. It didn't last long.
Manager Walter Alston.
He never played for the Dodgers. In 1938 as a marketing gimmick the Dodger hired Babe Ruth to be a 1st Base Coach. Babe Ruth wore uniform Number 35. Dodgers infielder Pete Coscarart wore number 3. The Babe would occasionally take batting practice and excite the crowd at Ebbets Field.
Babe Phelps, a catcher.
He wore #42. His number was also retired by ALL the MLB teams.
Don Drysdale wore uniform number 53 for the Dodgers his entire career from 1956 - 1969.
Roy campanella, a famous catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Jackie Robinson wore #42 during his entire career with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Jackie Robinson wore #42 during his career (1947-1956) with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Only 1 ... Jackie Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Joe Black wore #49 for the Brooklyn Dodgers and Cincinnati Redlegs and #26 for the Washington Senators.
Jackie Robinson wore #42 for his entire career. He played for the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1947-1956.
433 different professional baseball players have work the number 1 on their jerseys. The players who wore the number for the most number of years include: Ozzie Smith of the San Diego Padres and the St. Louis Cardinals, who wore it for 19 years; Lou Whitaker of the Detroit Tigers who wore it for 19 years; and Pee Wee Reese of the Brooklyn Dodgers and the L.A. Dodgers, who wore it for 16 years.
The only player to wear #55 for the Brooklyn Dodgers was P Jackie Collum who pitched in two games for the team in 1957. I need help, found a old photograph of two player in Brookln Dodgers uniforms, one appears to be number 39 and the other is 55. How do I find someone to show it to ?
Jackie Robinson wore #21 for the Brooklyn Dodgers for ten seasons (1947-56).
When he first joined the team, he wore number 10 - but after he went to the Giants (where he also wore number 10), he came back to the Dodgers, then wore number 12.
Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson wore #42 for the Brooklyn Dodgers between 1947-1956.
Mickey Mantle wore uniform number 6 in his first year then wore the number 7 for the rest of his career.
Dee Gordon currently wears #9 for the Dodgers. Recently, Juan Pierre wore it.
Pitcher Orel Hershiser wore No. 55 for the Dodgers from 1983 to 1994 and again in 2000.