Repeat after me: Gil Hodges is not in the National Baseball Hall of Fame. A lot of people think he’s in already. And a lot of the people who know that he’s not in the Hall think he should be there.
Shuba and Robinson’s handshake will have its own statue this summer.
Msgr. John Bracken has a tie to the 1919 “Black Sox Scandal.”
The great Gil Hodges will once again be up for Baseball Hall of Fame induction next fall.
Sept. 24 marks the date of the final baseball game ever played at Ebbets Field.
At 92 years old, the great Carl Erskine remains very much a part of Brooklyn Dodgers lore.
The New York Mets are the grandsons of the Brooklyn Dodgers, says the legendary pitcher Carl Erskine.
Father James Devlin, pastor emeritus of Good Shepherd parish, Marine Park, can still recall his memories of the Brooklyn Dodgers defeating the mighty New York Yankees in the 1955 World Series.
I have one general rule when it comes to writing this weekly sports column: When Auxiliary Bishop Ray Chappetto speaks, you listen.