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Los Angeles Dodgers

Originally the Brooks, the Atlantics and the Bridgegooms in minor league competition, they became a Major League Baseball team and joined the National League in 1890. They were known as the Superbas and later the Robins before they officially became the Dodgers. The Dodgers are famous for having Jackie Robinson (the one who broke Major League Baseball's color barrier) on their team in 1947. They had moved to Los Angeles becoming the Los Angeles Dodgers for the 1958 season. This category is for questions about the players, the coaches, the records and anything else to do with the team.

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Identify the reactants of H2 N2NH3?

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The reactants of the reaction between H2 and N2 to form NH3 are hydrogen gas (H2) and nitrogen gas (N2).

Is fagin the artful dodger?

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No, Fagin and the Artful Dodger are two separate characters in Charles Dickens' novel "Oliver Twist". Fagin is an elderly receiver and trainer of young pickpockets, while the Artful Dodger is one of the pickpockets under Fagin's guidance.

What is the value of a 1940 Brooklyn Dodgers Opening Day ticket?

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Rawlings started making the official World Series game baseballs in 1978 that have an Official World Series Stamp.. Before that regular season American, and National League baseballs were used.

An Official Spalding 1968 (1951 - 1969) National League Warren Giles baseball is worth about $200. without the box in excellent condition An Official Reach 1968 (1959 - 1973) American League Joe Cronin baseball is worth about $200. without the box in excellent condition.

There would be no way of knowing if the baseball was used in the 1968 World Series game or a regular season game without provenance. A letter of provenance stating that the baseball was used during the 1968 World Series would be needed. The strength of the provenance will dictate the value. A letter of provenance from a team player or league official will be acceptable. A letter of provenance from a fan at the game will not hold much weight if any.

Provenance is the history of ownership of a particular item. It allows the buyer to secure additional insight as to the origin or chain of custody of the item.

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What is the value of an autographed baseball by sandy alomar jr?

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A Roberto Alomar single signed baseball is worth approximately $90 if it is on a Rawlings Official Major League baseball and is signed on the "sweet spot".

These values assume that they are all authenticator by a reputable company. An autograph that isn't properly authenticated can be worth as little as half of the value of an authenticated signature.

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What is the value of the 1958 LA Dodgers program?

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This All-star game was Played on Brooklyn's Ebbets Field on July 12, 1949 hosted by the Brooklyn Dodgers. The American League beat the National league 11-7. The official All-star Souvenir Program is worth about $800.00 - $1,000. in excellent - near/mint condition.

As with all collectibles, condition is the most important factor of all providing that the item is authentic. With programs/scorecards the slightest flaws will bring the price down significantly. An exceptional mint condition scorecard could sell for more. Common flaws would be staining, foxing (yellowing), fading, creases, rips, loose pages, cracked binding, and writing on the cover. Un-scored programs will generally sell at a higher price than a scored program but sometimes it doesn't effect value. The over all condition, and how well the cover displays will.

What is the value of a 1976 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball?

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These commemorative bats are referred to as "Black Bats" and have been produced by batmaker Hillerich & Bradsy (makers of the "Louisville Slugger") to honor each season's American and National League champions since 1934. They were made in relatively large quantities (especially for Yankees and Dodgers teams) and presented to players and team personel, as well as league officials and VIPs. Ironically, bats made in the last ten years are worth more than those produced decades ago, as H&B cut down the quantities distributed significantly in the early 90's due to the expense. Yours is truly a function of its overall condition, with a safe appraisal being $100-150. Bats in Near Mint condition would warrant the top value and possibly more.

What is the value of a 1981 team signed dodgers baseball?

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1981 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed BaseballA 1981 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: Garvey, Cey, Guerrero, Sax, Valenzuela, and Stewart is worth about $275.-$350.

Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable.

If the signatures are not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less.

What is the value of a baseball autographed by the 1962 Los Angeles Dodgers?

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A 1964 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: Alston, W. Davis, Koufax, Drysdale, Howard, Wills, and T. Davis is worth about $250.-$400. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable. If the signatures are not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less. For more information on team signed baseballs, links to full team rosters, key signatures, and price guide see Related Links below.

What is the value of a baseball autographed by Mickey Mantle and Sandy Koufax?

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If the signatures are signed on an official NL ball from 1965, it would be a Warren Giles ball. Condition of the signatures, bold or faded will effect the value. Multi-signed or Dual signed baseballs with a noted player will sell for less than a single signed baseball of the same noted player. A Sandy Koufax single signed baseball is worth between $250.-$400. Add Wally Moon's signature, and it would most likely sell for under this price.

Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.

What is the value of a 1965 Dodger Yearbook with many Autographs on Cover including Koufax Drysdale Wills Alston?

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1955 Brooklyn Dodgers yearbook

The 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers yearbook featuring the Bum Drawing by famed Sporting News artist/ illustrator Willard Mullin (reaching for star) is worth about $250.00 - $400.00 in excellent - near/mint condition. Issues in mint condition or in less than excellent condition will sell higher or lower accordingly.

Common flaws include: rips, creases, staining, cracked binding, and loose pages. Condition is important, and even minor flaws could devalue the yearbook significantly.

What is the value of a 1986 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball?

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A 1989 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: Lasorda, Murry, Randolph, Gibson, Valenzuela, and Hershiser is worth about $250.-$300. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable. If the signatures are not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less. For more information on team signed baseballs, links to full team rosters, key signatures, and price guide See Related Links below.

What is the value of a Brooklyn Dodgers 1940 pennant?

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A 1958 Los Angeles Pennant is worth about $75. - $125. in excellent to near/mint condition. Even minor flaws will bring the price down significantly. Common flaws with pennants are missing ties, pin holes, frying, creases, and "crackling" on the printing. Sometimes people will trim down a pennant to rid it of the frying or other flaws like a flat tip (point) Caused by being pinned up and ripped off. Any of these flaws will degrade the pennant significantly. Doctored pennants - A term used to describe a pennant that has been altered to cover up a flaw, is a practice that is frowned upon among the collecting community, and could sell for less than a pennant with the flaws it was meant to cover up. Vintage pennants are difficult to date to a specific season. Many pennants were for sale at the ballparks for several years in a row. Team logo's and artwork could help in dating. Often team will use the same artwork on other souvenirs like programs, and yearbooks making it possible to date to a specific year.

Most pre 1970 full sized (12" x 30") felt pennants sell for below $50.- $100. Photo pennants, and scroll or roster pennants listing team players, Championship, and World Series Pennants are more desired by collectors and will sell for more. Premium mini pennants offered by candy companies in a special offer for example could also sell for more. As with all collectibles condition is important.

Who ownes the dodgers?

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In August 2012, Major League Baseball owners approved the sale of the San Diego Padres to a group that includes golfer Phil Mickelson and the sons of former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Peter O'Malley. The group will purchase the team for $800 million.

How many pitchers have thrown no hitters for the Los Angeles Dodgers?

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Dating back to their days in Brooklyn, the Dodgers have thrown a record 22 no-hit games. Since the ballclub moved to the West Coast in 1958, there have been 12 no hitters thrown by nine pitchers:

1. Sandy Koufax vs. the New York Mets (June 30, 1962). Los Angeles 5, New York 0.

2. Sandy Koufax vs. the San Francisco Giants (May 11, 1963). Los Angeles 8, San Francisco 0.

3. Sandy Koufax @ the Philadelphia Phillies (June 4, 1964). Los Angeles 3, Philadelphia 0.

4. Sandy Koufax vs. the Chicago Cubs (Sept. 9, 1965). Los Angeles 1, Chicago 0. (Perfect game).

5. Bill Singer vs. the Philadelphia Phillies (July 20, 1970). Los Angeles 5, Philadelphia 0.

6. Jerry Reuss @ the San Francisco Giants (June 27, 1980). Los Angeles 8, San Francisco 0.

7. Fernando Valenzuela vs. the St. Louis Cardinals (June 29, 1990). Los Angeles 6, St. Louis 0.

8. Kevin Gross vs. the San Francisco Giants (Aug. 17, 1992). Los Angeles 2, San Francisco 0.

9. Ramon Martinez vs. the Florida Marlins (July 14, 1995). Los Angeles 7, Florida 0.

10. Hideo Nomo @ the Colorado Rockies (Sept. 17, 1996). Los Angeles 9, Colorado 0.

11. Josh Beckett @ the Philadelphia Phillies (May 25, 2014). Los Angeles 6, Philadelphia 0.

12. Clayton Kershaw vs. the Colorado Rockies (June 18, 2014). Los Angeles 8, Colorado 0.

How did the dodgers decide on the colors blue and white?

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In the teams first years they were nicknamed the Brooklyn Bridegroms by the fans (7 of the teams players had gotten married over the offseason). The White in their uniform is called "Wedding Gown White" and the Blue is from the old wedding superstition "Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something BLUE!" So there you have it! Wedding gown white & borrowed blue. Go Dodgers!

What song is played during announcement of dodgers starting lineup?

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The dodger's starting lineup song is Fort Minor- Remember the Name (instrumental)

Who are better Red Sox or dodgers?

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The Yankees are the best team history wise and are slowly gaining back their reputation. They have had a rough start the past years but they are slowly making a comeback. Red Sox have very little history on competing Yankees when it comes to winning world championships, as they only have 7 world series cups while the Yankees have over 26. Yes, they have 26. The sad thing is, is that because the Red Sox can't hold a candle to Yankee's history, Red Sox fans will edit questions like these (and I am predicting that this will be edited in the next hour) with sayings like "YANKEES SUX GO RED SOX!!!!!!!111". Facts are facts Red Sox fans, get over it and leave it be.

Who is the dodgers team captain?

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i think it's o-dog Orlando Hudson but not 100% certain

When was the last time the Los Angeles Dodgers played at Yankee Stadium?

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The Yankees and the Dodgers last played in the 1981 World Series, with the Dodgers winning in six games.

What is the team salary for the Los Angeles Dodgers?

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The San Diego Padres's 2014 team salary is $86255096, 22nd in the MLB.

How old is the dodgers franchise?

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The Dodgers were originally established as the Brooklyn Atlantics in 1883.

Who wore 5 for the dodgers?

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Hall of Famer Johnny Bench was the last Reds player to wear #5 (1967-1983). Prior to Bench, other Reds that wore the number were Johnny Temple (1964), Darrell Johnson (1962), Vada Pinson (1958), Hobie Landreth (1953-1955), Dixie Howell (1951), Ray Lamanno (1946-1948), Joe Just (1944-1945), Dick West (1940-1943), Willard Hershberger (1939), Billy Myers (1935-1937), Jake Flowers (1934), Johnny Moore (1933), and Babe Herman (1932).

Is Russel Martin still on the dodgers?

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Russell Martin was a 17th round choice of the Dodgers in 2002 and signed a contract with them shortly afterwards.

His first game with the Dodgers was May 5, 2006.