Brooklyn New York, like all boroughs in New York City was alive with overhead wires and trolley tracks back in the late 19th and early 20th century. I imagine that one had to be very careful with all the trolleys moving to and fro as they moved about their daily routes. What better name for a baseball club than "Trolley Dodgers?" Of course, that great old team morphed into the "Brooklyn Dodgers," then moved all the way across the country where they became the Los Angeles Dodgers. I have fond memories of watching the very early telecasts of Brooklyn Dodger games once telecast on WOR-TV channel 9 with Red Barber calling the games. I seem to recall that Schaefer Beer was one of the sponsors. Remember Duke Snyder, Carl Furillo, George "Pee Wee" Reese, Ralph Branca, Sal "The Barber" Maglie, Leo Durocher? Those were the days.....the days of "dem bums!"