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Maury Wills steals a Major League record 104 bases in 1962, on his way to being National League MVP.

Maury Wills steals a Major League record 104 bases in on his way to being National League MVP.

1988 World Series program

The 1988 MLB World Series saw the Los Angelas Dodgers go up against the Oakland Athletics. The Dodgers picked up a surprise game 5 victory as the A's were the heavily favored teamed to win the entire series.

Roy Gleason came up to the Los Angeles Dodgers late in the 1963 season and played in eight games. He was used primarily as a pinch runner but had one official at bat and hit a double. In 1967, he was drafted into the US Army and sent to Vietnam, earning a Purple Heart. He remains the only US combat veteran and former Major League player to have earned the Purple Heart, a World Series ring and have a perfect lifetime batting average.

Roy Gleason came up to the Los Angeles Dodgers late in the 1963 season and played in eight games. He was used primarily as a pinch runner but had one official at bat and hit a double. In 1967, he was drafted into the US Army and sent to Vietnam, earning a Purple Heart. He remains the only US combat veteran and former Major League player to have earned the Purple Heart, a World Series ring and have a perfect lifetime batting average.

the dodgers' jersey letter mystery solved. http://www.uni-watch.com/2011/05/31/easy-as-a-b-c-history-mystery-solved/

the dodgers' jersey letter mystery solved. http://www.uni-watch.com/2011/05/31/easy-as-a-b-c-history-mystery-solved/

Bill Russell congratulates Reggie Smith after he hits a home run in the sixth inning of Game 5 of the 1977 World Series.

Bill Russell congratulates Reggie Smith after he hits a home run in the sixth inning of Game 5 of the 1977 World Series.

Brian Wilson, the first number 00 in Dodgers history.

Brian Wilson, the first number 00 in Dodgers history.

This is a April 1975 Sports Illustrated that has been personally signed by Steve Garvey. Garvey was a First Baseman who played his entire career on the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres.

Sept. 17, 1996- Image detail for -Pioneer! Nomo Hideo Nomo 開拓者!野茂英雄 -

Hideo Nomo is greeted by Tim Wallach and Mike Piazza after the last out of his amazing Coors Field no hitter.

Don Rickles insults the Dodgers

Don Rickles-Is a Diehard"Dodger Fan"you are the man!

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