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Don Zimmer (1959 - Topps #287)

Donald William “Zim” or “Popeye” Zimmer was a Major League infielder, manager and coach for the better part of 65 years. As an infielder (mostly 3B), he played for the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers (1954 – ’59 and ’63), with intermittent stops in Chicago, New York, Cincinnati, and Washington. 136 more words

VJP Legends

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - March 21, 2015

Yasiel Puig and Clayton Kershaw can rewrite the Dodger record books if they stay healthy. And the Dodger records for hitting are not as impressive as you would think a successful franchise would have. 34 more words

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Joe Black - More Than a Dodger

I have talked on here of people being humble and fading into the scenery.  For some people, that works just fine and they go about their business, happy about being left alone.   537 more words

National League

Rickey & Robinson-The True, Untold Story of the Integration of Baseball

There are certain people in baseball that when you mention their name you can get countless things that they are remembered for.  Jackie Robinson and Branch Rickey are two such people who are remembered for various things of monumental proportions that changed the game we love.   474 more words


Gil Hodges - A Hall of Fame Life

Genuine humility is a hard quality to find in baseball today.  With mega money contracts and endorsement deals, being humble will cost a player some dough.   543 more words

Hall Of Fame