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The Dodgers’ World Series championship gets commemorated in Cooperstown

“Autumn Glory” display now open at the Baseball Hall of Fame

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Several items from the 2020 World Series is now on display at the National Baseball Hall of Fame, commemorating the Dodgers’ first championship in 32 years.

The display, entitled “Autumn Glory,” will be open through the end of the 2021 postseason. Among the Dodgers items included:

The ball thrown by Clayton Kershaw for the opening pitch in Game 1, he first neutral-site game in Series history

A bat used by NLCS and World Series MVP Corey Seager during Game 6

The road jersey worn by Mookie Betts in Games 3, 4 and 5

The batting helmet worn by Max Muncy during the World Series

A jacket worn by Dodgers manager Dave Roberts throughout the World Series

A mask worn by Dodgers manager Dave Roberts during the season

A mask worn by Dodgers third base coach Dino Ebel during the World Series

Photo credit: Baseball Hall of Fame

In addition, per the Hall of Fame, “the Museum will continue its salute to the Dodgers World Championship of 2020 with special programming to be announced in the spring.”