Today the Dodgers showed off their new patch, representing their 6th decade in Los Angeles. The patch’s main focus is Los Angeles City Hall, which was also the tallest building in LA at the time of the move from Brooklyn. The new patch was unveiled by former Dodger players Steve Garvey, Fernando Valenzuela, Ron Cey and Steve Yeager along with broadcaster Charlie Steiner and Los Angeles City Council-member Gil Cedillo. It will be worn during the entirety of the 2018 season.
The ten stars that surround the logo represent the Dodgers’ 10 National League pennants won in Los Angeles. This also includes five silver stars to show the 5 World Series championships since 1958. The stars are also six-pointed, signifying the Dodgers’ six decades in Los Angeles.
Pretty cool patch for this year!
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