Category: Baseball

The Brooklyn Dodgers

By Jay R. Neill— The game of baseball changed forever on September 24, 1957, when the Dodgers 25-year-old rookie lefthander Danny McDevitt threw the final pitch at Ebbets Field. The Brooklyn Dodgers were about to become the Los Angeles Dodgers and the game would not be the same again.

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Collecting Negro League Baseball

By J. R. Neill— On February 14, 1920 Rube Foster organized the Negro National League—the first African-American professional baseball league. Foster was described as an unsurpassed visionary and was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1981.

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