June 17, 2021

Dodgers: If You Could Bring a Player Out of Retirement, Who Would it Be? (Dodgers Nation)


Recently we asked you, our readers, who you would pick if you could bring one former Dodger out of retirement. With such a storied franchise chock full of elite talent, many of you understandably said it would be almost impossible to pick just one. Of the many responses we received, 220 players were named, and not surprisingly, the top 3 vote-getters from this organization rich in pitching history, were indeed “brothers in arms”. Each of these individuals are legends in the organization and active members of the extended Dodgers alumni family. Their accomplishments on the field are too many to name in a short editorial, so here is a brief look at each of these players still mean to the Dodgers fanbase:

Sandy KoufaxThe ageless Hall of Famer Koufax, who recently celebrated his 84th birthday, is as legendary as they come, and it is no surprise that he was named almost 40% of the time in our informal poll. “The Left Arm of God” will become the first Dodgers pitcher immortalized with a statue at Dodger Stadium when it is unveiled in the summer of 2020 in the new…

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