Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Dodgers Quotes from famous authors such as Steve Garvey, Tommy Lasorda, Joe Torre, Theo Epstein, John McEnroe. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
We are fortunate and blessed to have a partner of Harvey Schiller’s stature, who shares our vision for the future of the Dodgers, the city of Los Angeles and our great baseball fans throughout the world.
If you don’t love the Dodgers, there’s a good chance you may not get into Heaven.
I hated the Yankees and Dodgers and wound up managing both.
Watching the Dodgers perform at a really high level is a nice reminder to us as to how high the bar is.
I was a Yankee fan until 1981. That was the year the Yankees were two up on the Dodgers and lost four straight. And George Steinbrenner apologized to the city.
I felt unhappy and trapped. If I left baseball, where could I go, what could I do to earn enough money to help my mother and to marry Rachel? The solution to my problem was only days away in the hands of a tough, shrewd, courageous man called Branch Rickey, the president of the Brooklyn Dodgers.
The game of baseball is better when the Dodgers are playing well, just like when the Yankees are playing well, or the Cubs, the Phillies, the big-name teams.
Being Captain of the Dodgers meant representing an organization committed to winning and trying to keep it going. We could have won every year if the breaks had gone right.
I had told my wife that I was thinking of retiring at the end of the year. I was thinking I didn’t want to do it anymore, but then I was traded to the Dodgers.
The only Angels in Los Angeles are in Heaven, and they’re looking down on the Dodgers.
The old Dodgers were something special, but of my teammates overall, there was nobody like Pee Wee Reese for me.
I have been blessed to win a number of awards and be involved in numerous historical baseball moments over my 20-year career with the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres.
I grew up a Detroit Tigers fan, and now to be an owner of the Dodgers is amazing.
Even the draft dodgers are not pursued and hounded. They are here on our streets, most of them… unless they are breaking Canadian laws .. are getting American dollars from Ma and Pa at home to spend here.
I rooted for the Dodgers when they were in Brooklyn.
I’ve been a baseball fan in the early part of my life, so through the ’70s and the ’80s, I was a huge fan. I actually followed the Dodgers back then, back in the Kirk Gibson years, Steve Garvey.
I can’t be the Mayor of L.A. I hate the Dodgers. I’m a Yankee fan. Yankee fans can’t ever root for the Dodgers.
I grew up watching the Lakers and the Dodgers and the Rams, all local men’s professional teams, and never really had any women that I grew up watching.
In 1957, I was a 16-year-old office boy for the Dodgers.
The Dodgers told me a big bonus was no good, and they said other players would resent it. Better for me to take a small amount of money and work my way.
Everything I have, I owe to baseball and the Dodgers.
I watch the Dodgers every night – no reading anymore – and I dream that I could have hit that home run.
I’ve been a Yankees fan for a long time. When I was a kid in the mid-’70s, the Yankees were really great. They had Reggie Jackson in ’77. I was 8 years old at the time. He hit three home runs to win the World Series in game six against the Dodgers, and I was just hooked.
When you – when you become the manager of a major league team, particularly the Dodgers, to me, that’s a privilege and an honor. No matter where you go or what you do, you represent that position that you have. And you represent that organization that gave you the opportunity to be doing what you’re doing.
Watching Clayton Kershaw in the very first game of the 2014 season, I realized that he’s not overpowering; he’s deceptive. It’s the sum of his parts that makes the Los Angeles Dodgers ace baseball’s most successful pitcher.
In 1958, Brooklyn Dodgers owner Walter O’Malley broke countless hearts when he moved the team known as the Boys of Summer to Los Angeles – dumping the guts and grit of Ebbets Field for the glitz and glamour of Hollywood.
Now some alien force seems to have come and captured the Dodgers. I don’t know what happened to my Dodgers.
O’Malley wanted to move the Dodgers out of Brooklyn because he saw the promised land. He was right about that, but to this day I think he was wrong to take the Dodgers out of Brooklyn.
My commitment is to Los Angeles, so whatever helps this continue to be a great city, that’s what I would be focused to do, and the Dodgers are certainly iconic to Los Angeles.
I had no future with the Dodgers, because I was too closely identified with Branch Rickey. After the club was taken over by Walter O’Malley, you couldn’t even mention Mr. Rickey’s name in front of him. I considered Mr. Rickey the greatest human being I had ever known.
I own about 70 L.A. Dodgers snapbacks in different colors.
I have great confidence in Rick Caruso’s unique qualifications and his ability to lead a successful bid for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
I guess what really made me a Dodgers fan from the beginning was that the team had Jackie Robinson, the first ‘Negro’ in the major leagues.
Three of my childhood dreams went unfulfilled. I never saw a no-hitter, never saw a triple play, and never caught a ball that had been hit into the stands. But I did see the Yankees beat the Brooklyn Dodgers in a World Series game when I was 10.
I like sports. I’m a big football fan. When I was a kid, I was a… I don’t even know how to describe it… I was an obsessed Brooklyn Dodgers fan. And I think when they left Brooklyn, which was simultaneous with me starting college, everything changed, and I haven’t had the same passion for sports.