Restoring original stadium seats from the Polo Grounds leads to some reminiscing about the ballpark and its inhabitants.
The in the 1950s, the Dodgers were the classiest of clubs on and off the field. Part of the reason behind that was the club’s model of playing the game correctly, something they called The Dodger Way. Soon, the “way” was penned into a popular book that still resonates today.
On the eve of the opening of the National Convention in Baltimore, Memory Lane has announced they will have on display two iconic jerseys at their booth – Babe Ruth’s 1938 Brooklyn Dodgers coaching uniform and Lou Gehrig’s 1934 Tour of Japan example.
With Father’s Day coming up, here is a neat story about a photo found at a show that sent two brothers into hysterics.
An artist featured in the pages of SCD, Ronnie Joyner is very popular with his renditions of players and their careers. Now his latest commemorative card set is available: the 1957 Brooklyn Dodgers. As expected, it’s beautiful.