Yesterday on Twitter I thought it would be a fun topic of discussion to talk about what numbers the Dodgers should potentially retire next.
You've been chosen as the person who will decide the next three numbers that the Dodgers retire.— Blake Harris (@BlakeHarrisTBLA) April 18, 2020
Who are they?
If you’re familiar with how the Dodgers do it, with the exception of one, they only retire numbers of players who are elected into the Hall of Fame. As of now, the Dodgers have retired 10 numbers.
Though it’s unclear whether or not the Dodgers ever plan to change the requirement, I thought it would be fun to ask people what numbers they would like to see the Dodgers eventually retire. There were a lot of replies, and a lot of them had the same players who arguably should have their numbers displayed in the ring of honor.
So, if you could choose three players to have their numbers retired by the Dodgers, who would they be?
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