With the odds stacked against him, Vinny Rottino put together a long minor league career that included several short stints in the big leagues.
While in Chicago for the 2017 National League Championship Series MLB players shared their stories about collecting baseball memorabilia.
Sports Collectors Digest freelance writer Dan Schlossberg shares his list of the best 50 baseball books that were published in 2017.
Vin Scully began his broadcasting career with the Dodgers in 1950, and continued to call games through 2016, when he retired after the season.
From an unwanted power-hitting first baseman to a Hall of Fame catcher, Mike Piazza reflects on the long, winding journey.
Following the ‘53 season, Brooklyn Skipper Charlie Dressen insisted on a multi-year contract to continue as Dodgers’ skipper. Brooklyn Owner Walter O’Malley balked at the demand and to everyone’s surprise chose the little known Walter Alston to pilot the club. Four World Series titles later…..
More than 200 incredible lots from the late Dodger great Don Drysdale’s personal memorabilia go up for bid in April courtesy of SCP Auctions. Rings, jerseys and Cy Young Awards all included.
Dick Nen’s debut homer helped clinch pennant for the Dodgers in 1963, and then . . . his name became a footnote in baseball history.
More than three dozen pieces featuring Yasiel Puig are currently available from Fanatics Authentic, the company that has just signed the star outfielder to an exclusive memorabilia deal.
Pat Salerno Jr. is a big fan of Johnny Podres, has an extensive Podres collection and helps honor the Dodgers pitcher every year. Plus, Ralph Branca to be honored by N.Y. State Baseball HOF.