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    (1890- )
    Root for the Los Angeles Dodgers
    Attended games in Brooklyn at Ebbets Field (April 9, 1913-September 24, 1957)
    Attend games at Dodger Stadium (aka Chavez Ravine, April 10, 1962- )
    Capacity 56,000
    Cheered their team to World Championships in 1959, '63, '65, '81 and '88
    Ebbets Field was built in the poorest slums of Brooklyn.
    Charles Ebbets began purchasing slum property in 1905, kept running out of money, but completed the purchase of all land for Ebbets Field in 1912.
    They enjoy a team whose original fans (in Brooklyn) were back stabbed when they were moved to Los Angeles.
    Until Dodger Stadium was built, they had to watch them in the LA Coliseum, in a converted baseball field format.
    They claim to 'bleed Dodger blue,' which is physically impossible.
    They believe long time manager Tommy Lasorda's erroneous claim that God is a Dodger Fan.
    Law suits and land slides caused Dodger stadium to take an extra year of completion.
    Dodger stadium can be expanded to 85,000 capacity but there never was a need to.
    They were promised a rainbow fountain to rise up celebrating a Dodger homer, but it didn't happen.
    They call their scoreboard Dodgervision.
    A half century after the move, many old Brooklyn fans still expect them to return.
    Brooklyn Dodger fans coined the phrase 'Wait until next year.'
    Ebbett's field was satiated with advertisements.
    Los Angeles fans are notorious for leaving early in the 6th and 7th inning to beat traffic, no matter how important the game was.
    Celebrities attend games to be seen.
    While in Brooklyn, many players lived in the neighborhoods near Ebbetts field and could even walk to the park.
    Five Brooklyn fans would bring musical instruments to the game, march through the stands and named themselves 'The Sym-Phony Band.'
    Brooklyn Fan Hilda Chester, an obese women would bring a cow bell to every game.
    During the 20's Eddie Bettan brought a loud whistle to each game to cheer on the team.
    Fan Fierce Jack Pierce would blow up balloons and launch them every time Cookie Lavagetto came to bat.
    They were part of the first team to draw three million fans (1978).
    They have a reputation of being polite and even clean up after themselves.
    Los Angeles gave 300 acres of land to the Dodgers, in return for a promise to build a stadium on it.
    The 'Dodger Dog' is considered baseball's best ball park hot dog.
    They got to see Kirk Gibson's famous game winning home run in the 1988 World Series in Game 1 off of Dennis Eckersly.
    A fan accused of murder had a strong alibi. He attended the Dodger game that was taped for Larry David's 'Curb your Enthusiasm' during the crime (2003).

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