Songs about Ebbets:

songsEbbets by Bury White from the Album Roman Holiday - EP

songsEbbets Field by Tom Dean from the Album Pennies

songsEbbets Field by Phil Coley from the Album Baseball Songs Sports Heroes 3

songsGoodbye Ebbets Field by Jimmy Cleveland from the Album Cleveland Style

songsGoodbye Ebbets Field by Jimmy Clevelend from the Album Jimmy Cleveland Septet/Octet Complete Recordings

songsHomeward Strut [Ebbets 1974] by Tommy Bolin from the Album The Ultimate: Redux [Original Recording Remastered]

songsLotus [Live Ebbets Field 1976] by Tommy Bolin from the Album The Ultimate: Redux [Original Recording Remastered]


Books about Ebbets:

booksThe Greatest Ballpark Ever: Ebbets Field and the Story of the Brooklyn Dodgers by Mr. Bob McGee (Jun 22, 2005)

booksEbbets Field: Essays and Memories of Brooklyn's Historic Ballpark, 1913-1960 (Mcfarland Historic Ballparks) by John G. Zinn, Paul G. Zinn, David Cicotello and Angelo J. Louisa (Nov 26, 2012)

booksMurder at Ebbets Field: A Mickey Rawlings Baseball Mystery (Mickey Rawlings Baseball Mysteries) by Troy Soos (Mar 26, 2013)

booksLive From Ebbets Field Volume 2 (1973 - 1976) by Various Artists (2006)

booksEbbets Field: Brooklyn's Baseball Shrine by Joseph McCauley (Dec 13, 2004)

booksEbbets to Veeck to Busch: Eight Owners Who Shaped Baseball by Burton A. Boxerman and Benita W. Boxerman (Jul 2003)

booksThe Boys of Summer: The Classic Narrative of Growing Up Within Shouting Distance of Ebbets Field, Covering the... by Roger Kahn and Phil Gigante (Apr 1, 2011)


Wiki information Ebbets:

Ebbets Field
Sports Facility, Project focus, Location, Structure, Venue

Ebbets Field was a Major League Baseball park located in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, New York, USA, on a city block which is now considered to be part of the Crown Heights neighborhood. It was the home of the Brooklyn Dodgers of the National...

Charles Ebbets
Architect, Deceased Person, Person

Charles Hercules Ebbets, Sr. was an American sports executive who owned the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1902 to 1925.