With Vin Scully in the booth, baseball caught on in California.

At the end of the 1957 baseball season, the Brooklyn Dodgers packed their bags for a long-awaited move across the continent.

The hypothetical moving chests housed the Dodgers-scribbled home kit, the squeaky old Flatbush heroes and much of the front office, as well as manager Walter Alston and his up-and-coming young players. (They weren’t sure if young Brooklyn southpaw Sandy Koufax could use her speed.)

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