February 7, 1958- Brooklyn Dodgers move to Los Angeles

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February 7, 1958- Brooklyn Dodgers move to Los Angeles

Seen here is Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, which was not finished until four years after the Dodgers moved from Brooklyn.

Seen here is Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, which was not finished until four years after the Dodgers moved from Brooklyn.

Photo Credit: Photo via Wikipedia under Creative Commons License

Seen here is Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, which was not finished until four years after the Dodgers moved from Brooklyn.

Photo Credit: Photo via Wikipedia under Creative Commons License

Photo Credit: Photo via Wikipedia under Creative Commons License

Seen here is Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, which was not finished until four years after the Dodgers moved from Brooklyn.

By: Zachary Kaye, Reporter/Editor

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On this day 1958, the Brooklyn Dodgers officially moved to Los Angeles. Keeping the same team name and colors, the now Los Angeles Dodgers upset a lot of New Yorkers. The Dodgers are also the first team to give an African-American player a chance in Jackie Robinson.

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