Lost in America's ghost franchises

The pending sales of the Dodgers and the Jaguars, and the dislocation damage done

Originally Published: December 6, 2011
By Jeff MacGregor | ESPN.com

I visited a grave the other day. It's where the Brooklyn Dodgers are buried.

This is out in Crown Heights, at the intersections of Sullivan Place and Bedford Avenue, McKeever Place and Montgomery Street. It's also the intersection of "The Boys of Summer" and "The Death and Life of Great American Cities." Of Roger Kahn and Jane Jacobs. Of the 19th and 20th centuries. Of memory and money and history and fantasy.

This is where Ebbets Field was.

With the ...

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