“I was the face of the dodgers,” she declared, and took pride in being the highest-ranking woman in Major League Baseball.
So you are a cable TV subscriber in Los Angeles and want to see the dodgers on TV?
Jamie said in court papers that she “lived and breathed the dodgers.”
The dodgers capped the year with a World Series win over the New York Yankees, as Fernandomania shone through the L.A. smog.
In 1946 Tapsic was a struggling player with Brooklyn while Robinson was with dodgers Triple A team in Montreal.
The Giants took them into camp as easily as they had the Braves and the dodgers.
Supper had been waiting an hour or so for the lack of meal for dodgers.
For "raised bread" is a great rarity and luxury in these parts, the nimble "dodgers" being the staff of life.
If in quite a number of small cakes they were called dodgers.
Even that created no more than a slight flurry, for the dodgers were chronic subcellar champions.
U.S. baseball club, originally based in Brooklyn, N.Y., so called from 1900, from trolley dodgers, Manhattanites' nickname for Brooklyn residents, in reference to the streetcar lines that criss-crossed the borough.
1560s, "one who dodges," in the literal or figurative (especially underworld) senses of dodge. The U.S. word meaning "corn cake" is recorded from 1831, perhaps a different word (cf. Northern English dialectal dodge "lump, large piece," 1560s).