In 1957, the Dodgers left their home of Brooklyn, New York, where they had been since their inception in 1884, for the sunny hills of Los Angeles, California. Since arriving in LA, the team has won five World Series and ten NL Pennants, and become one of the top-grossing organizations in Major League Baseball.
The Dodgers: 60 Years in Los Angeles chronicles the team’s impressive history since arriving in the West Coast. Covering the amazing feats of Dodgers greats such as Steve Garvey, Fernando Valenzuela, and Kirk Gibson, author Michael Schiavone offers an in-depth history of the team since their arrival in 1958 and through the 2017 season.
With highlights of each season, the moments fans love to remember (or wish to forget), as well as those who have graced the field of Chavez Ravine, The Dodgers: 60 Years in Los Angeles shares the wonderful history of the boys in blue in the most comprehensive book available. Whether you’re a fan of the Dodgers of old or today’s team, this book offers the most information of the team’s time in California than any other on the market.
Subtitle60 Years in Los Angeles
AuthorBy Michael Schiavone
Published17 April 2018
Dimensions6.00 x 9.00in.
About the author
Michael Schiavone is the author of Sports and Labor in the United States, which was longlisted for the 2016 PEN/ESPN Award for Literary Sports Writing. His other books include Unions in Crisis? The Future of Organized Labor in America, Austerity and the Labor Movement, and the forthcoming Wrestling and American Society. He has a Bachelor's Degree in International Relations from Flinders University and a PhD from the Australian National University.
Molly Knight, New York Times bestselling author of The Best Team Money Can Buy
"This is an essential read for any fans of this proud MLB franchise."
Keith Law, senior baseball writer for ESPN and author of Smart Baseball