At Brooklyn Historical Society this October, you'll be able to explore the history of the team and their impact on the borough.
This spring is the 70th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's breaking of baseball's color barrier, and Brooklyn Historical Society is holding an exhibit in honor of the momentous event.
There's Hall of Fame talent in this Christmas photo.
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Even though they’ve been gone since 1957, it’s hard to get more Brooklyn than the Brooklyn Dodgers. Take a little trip into history with us to find out how the Dodgers began, what they did when they were here, and how we lost them.
Starting out as the less snazzily named Brooklyn Grays in 1883, the team was founded by real estate mogul and baseball fan Charles Byrne, Their first home was Washington Park on 5th Avenue in Park Slope. After winning the American Association league championship in 1889, they moved to the National League and promptly won that championship as well, the only team to win back-to-back in both leagues. Their success only grew as they took on players from teams that had folded.