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MLBcathedrals ⚾️ 8h
Some more amazing color footage from Ebbets Field. 1956 World Series. Via h/t
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Mark Brockett Apr 1
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Bill Shaikin Apr 1
For the first time, the ' SportsNet LA now on AT&T TV, DIRECTV, U-verse TV and AT&T TV NOW. DirecTV is Channel 690.
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MLBcathedrals ⚾️ Apr 5
Ebbets Field decked with the “V” for Victory symbol during World War II.
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Elisa Hernandez Apr 1
Missing you baseball ⚾️💙
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Howard Cole Apr 2
OK, fans. This is for you. All of you. And please retweet, will ya please?
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Bill Plunkett Apr 1
The 6-year impasse is over. Spectrum has reached deal to include channel on DirecTV, AT&T TV, U-verse TV and AT&T TV NOW systems in SoCal, Las Vegas and Hawaii
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Mark Brockett Apr 1
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MLBcathedrals ⚾️ Apr 3
Ebbets Field in color. Another gem from
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Howard Engelhardt 56m
Intentionally walk Bellinger to load the bases? I'll just hit a grandslam.
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Joel Laarman Apr 3
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Howard Cole Apr 3
Three cheers for the Cody Bellinger, winning by a landslide. No hanging chads or anything. Please RT.
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BaseballHistoryNut Apr 6
Dodger Stadium left field bleachers during the 1966 World Series.
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Howard Cole Apr 3
Oh, Justin. Justin, Justin, Justin. Retweets appreciated.
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Matt M.🌴🌮 9h
Dave Roberts brain trying to manage a one run lead in October
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Shugga_Shugg 18m
TEAM CHECKLIST #302 mgr TOM LASORDA 1980 TOPPS CHEWING GUM
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Today In History 14h
8 April 1974: Atlanta Braves Hank breaks Babe Ruth's 39-year-old home run record when he hits his 715th home run at –Fulton County Stadium in the fourth inning off of Los Angeles pitcher Al .
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Howard Cole Apr 6
BTP returns with a break in the gloom, or an attempt at one anyone. beards, plus baseball's best and worst.
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SportsNet LA Apr 7
fans, which house are you moving into? 🏡
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OldTimeHardball Apr 1
Over his final (4) seasons (1963-1966) ace Sandy Koufax was 97-27 with a 1.86 ERA, 89 CG, 31 Shutouts, 1228 Strikeouts, (3) Cy Young Awards, (3) World Series titles, (2) World Series MVP, (2) NL Triple Crowns, and the 1963 NL MVP
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