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The Los Angeles Dodgers is one of the most successful and best managed baseball franchises to go along with rich history of fans, ballpark, and much more. From their humble beginnings when they played as the Brooks, Atlantics, and even as Bridegrooms in most minor leagues before they graduated to the National League in the 1890. The team started in Brooklyn late in the 19th century. The name Dodgers was first used in 1933. The team has been playing for the National League since 1890 and it has undergone so many name changes - which were mostly unofficial.
The Dodgers name came and it became official in 1932. One of the interesting players that emerged from the Dodgers was Jackie Robinson -he was the first African-American to play in the major leagues. Pressure was on him because of his color, but he became successful and led the league at that time. As the Brooklyn Dodgers, they won their first World Series in 1955. Prior to this championship, the Dodgers have won 11 NL pennants. They defeated the New York Yankees in this World Series in seven games. Problems in some aspects of running the organization prompted then owner Walter O’Malley to move the Dodgers to Los Angeles. This move started the geographic expansion of the baseball game to the west of Mississippi and in the 1958 regular season, they were called the Los Angeles Dodgers. Today, the LA Dodgers plays in the west division of the National League and they have won five World Series and 10 National League pennants.
In Brooklyn, they mostly played at the Ebbets Field. When they moved to California, they played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum from 1958 to 1961 before moving to Dodger Stadium in 1962. This ballpark has served as the home stadium for the Dodgers since '62 and this is one of the two ballparks that were financed privately. The stadium offers a great view of the Elysian hills and downtown LA. The stadium has undergone several modernization upgrades and renovation.
This stadium sets the record for having 856 straight home games without a rainout. Statistically speaking, the Dodger Stadium features the lowest triple factor due to some part of the alleys’ depth, symmetrical walls having no odd corners.