TLBTV: Dodgers Baseball – A Tale off Two Cities … PREMIER Episode

The Brooklyn Dodgers at Iconic Ebbets Field

Dodgers Baseball: A Tale off Two Cities from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, Presents it’s PREMIER Episode – The Brooklyn Dodgers at Iconic Ebbets Field

Watch as Peter Trunk, Ron Rabinovitz and Robert Cole schmooze about the ball-fields that the Dodgers played in way back when and today.

The Brooklyn Dodgers played in one of the most iconic ballparks ever built. Ebbets Field was one of several historic major league ballparks demolished in the 1960s, but more mythology and nostalgia surround the stadium and its demise than possibly any other defunct ballpark.

A great deal of history happened at Ebbets Field during its 45 years. Of the many teams that uprooted in the 1950s and 1960s, the Dodgers have probably had the largest number of public laments over their fans’ heartbreak over losing their team. Several decades later, Roger Kahn‘s acclaimed book The Boys of Summer and Frank Sinatra‘s song “There Used to Be a Ballpark” mourned the loss of places like Ebbets Field, and of the attendant youthful innocence of fans and players alike.

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