Friday, November 20, 2009


Tommy Davis' Tales from the Dodgers Dugout with Paul Gutierrez

Some refer to the early to mid-1960s as the Golden Age of baseball in Los Angeles. Not only did Tommy Davis, a Dodger from 1959-66 who was an integral part of two World Series championship teams, have the best seat in the house, the two-time All-Star left-fielder who twice led the National League in hitting was also the Dodgers' silent superstar.
Relive exciting Dodger Blue memories from games at the oval-shaped Coliseum to the opening of Dodger Stadium as Davis recounts the fun.

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