Brooklyn Dodgers: The Ghosts of Flatbush
This special covers 1947-1957 in Dodger history while the Dodgers were located in Brooklyn. Jackie Robinson's time on the team made sports history as he became the first African-American to play in the major leagues. The special also looks at the teams five World Series defeats and finally their win against the New York Yankees. The series tracks the Dodger's time in Brooklyn up to the decision to relocate to Los Angeles in 1957. The special also features interviews with former players, former owner Peter O'Malley, and celebrities like Larry King and Louis Gossett, Jr.