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1000 Elysian Park Avenue
Los Angeles, California, 90012
Main line: 323-224-1500

Just as they had plunged downward after winning the pennant in 1916, the Brooklyn man­aged a repeat performance after the 1920 Series, skidding again into the second division, although not quite as deeply (fifth instead of seventh place). In fact, only once throughout the remainder of the age known as the Roaring Twenties did they slip back above the divisional border. That was in 1924. The three previous years the Robins had come in fifth then sixth twice. The highlight of that bleak period was the arrival of Clarence "Dazzy" Vance, a 31-year-old rookie, who had finally caught on in the majors. He won 18 games for Brooklyn in 1922 and stayed around for another 10 years after that, rewriting most of the pitching entries in the Brooklyn record book and blazing a midlife career that eventually landed him in the Hall of Fame. The only other pleasantries during those years were the 21-12 season in 1922 from hurler Dutch Ruether, whom the Robins had acquired from Cincinnati; Zack Wheat's batting average of .375 in 1923. MacPhail brought a whirlwind of change to baseball as Brooklyn knew it. First, he announced that the team's games would be broadcast on the radio, something totally new to baseball fans not only in Brooklyn.



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In New York City as well (the Giants and Yankees would follow suit later). To handle the chores, be persuaded a Voting Cincinnati sportscaster, Red Barber, whose career he had helped start, to come to Brooklyn. His sec­ond innovation was night baseball, another phe­nomenon he had instigated with the Reds. He had a powerful lighting system installed in Ebbets Field. In addition, he completely renovated the rather decaying house that Charles Ebbets built. He even hired 44-year-old Babe Ruth as a coach. His next auspicious act, in 1939, was to offer the managerial reins to his shortstop, Leo Durocher, upon the dismissal of Burleigh Grimes. And soon began a stormy relationship between general manager and manager, which has been almost unparalleled in baseball history; it pro­duced exciting baseball in Brooklyn, however. The effects of MacPbail's ideas and changes and Durocher's leadership were immediate. The Dodgers moved into the first division in Durocher's first year as manager, 1939-their third place fin­ish was their best since 1932. The next year they landed in second place, although still a good 12 games behind the team MacPhail had patterned in Cincinnati. More romantic, however, was the nickname "Boys of Summer," which author Roger Kahn, bor­rowing a phrase from a Dylan Thomas poem, gave to the Brooklyn team in the glory days of the for­ties and early fifties. It is especially appropriate because it evokes a warm nostalgia for the exuberant youths who grew up together into a team that became a legend on the Ebbets Field diamond.


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