Comparing Two Great All-Time Dodgers Teams

In his capacity as an Editorial Writer for DodgersNation.com, Attorney Jeremy Evans with California Sports Lawyer, has co-authored an article with Brian Robitaille "Comparing Two Great All-Time Dodgers Teams."

"Let us start from the top. Both teams have Hall of Fame managers.

Manager: Walter Alston has four World Series Championships to Tommy Lasorda’s two. Alston also managed more All-Star games, yet he never won the National League Manager of the Year Award because the award was created after he left his post. Alston also went to another three World Series (1956, 1966, and 1974), but lost.

Line-up: The projected batting order for “Team 1” begins with four Hall of Fame inductees: Pee Wee Reese, Zach Wheat, Roy Campanella, and Duke Snider. Duke Snider may be the best position player outside of Jackie Robinson to play in a Dodgers uniform . . ."

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Jeremy M. Evans is the Managing Attorney at California Sports Lawyer®, representing Sports, Entertainment, and Business Professionals and is licensed to practice law in California.