Dodgertown Street Signs
The spring training home of the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1948-2008 was "Dodgertown" in Vero Beach, FL.
The early days of the camp featured players and coaches housed in the barracks used by the military when the area was a Naval Air base during World War II.
Moving to Vero Beach also afforded the Dodgers to have 1947 Rookie of the Year Jackie Robinson and their other African-American players stay on base with the team since hotels in Florida were segregated.
Two golf courses would be added to the Dodgertown complex, along with street signs honoring members of the Hall of Fame.
Fans visiting Dodgertown could walk along such paths as "Duke Snider Road," "Avenida Jaime Jarrin," "Vin Scully Way" and "Tommy Lasorda Lane."