Dodgers Hosting Third Annual Pop-Up Museum

For the third consecutive year, the Los Angeles Dodgers will host a Pop-Up Museum. The museum will open November 24 and run through February 2019. Tickets can be found here.

This year’s pop-up will celebrate the life and legacy of Jackie Robinson, and the Dodgers’ inaugural inductees into the Legends of Dodger Baseball.

Here’s more information provided by the team:

This unique experience will celebrate the life and legacy of Jackie Robinson in honor of his upcoming 100th birthday as well as the Dodgers’ inaugural class of inductees into the Legends of Dodger Baseball: Don Newcombe, Steve Garvey and Fernando Valenzuela. Starting in 2019, the team will induct Dodger greats into the Legends of Dodger Baseball in recognition of their impact on the franchise, both on and off the field. The pieces on display at the pop-up museum will come from Gary Cypres’ world-renowned sports memorabilia collection as well as items on loan from the players’ personal archives.

Exhibit highlights include:

· Jackie Robinson Game-Used Jersey and Cap

· Fernando Valenzuela Game-Used Jersey and Warm-Up Jacket

· Don Newcombe’s 1956 Cy Young Award

· Steve Garvey’s 1974 MVP Award

Tickets to the exhibit are $15 and can be bought at the door or online. It will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11-4 PM, and daily from 12/24 – 1/6 (closed on Christmas, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day). It will also be open on MLK Day (1/21) and President’s Day (2/18).

The Dodgers recommend allowing approx. 45 minutes to enjoy the entire museum.


Author: Vince Samperio

Vince Samperio is the creator of Chavez Ravine Fiends. He is currently the senior social media manager at Officialize and resides in San Diego. Vince was formerly a social media programmer at Bleacher Report, and the social media manager and associate editor of Dodgers Nation.

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