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Archival firm builds business on teams’ ‘junk’

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 08 / 21 / 17

For years, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ considerable heritage lay aging inside rusting filing cabinets in forgotten rooms at Dodger Stadium, or gathering dust in cardboard boxes at off-site storage warehouses. Bits and pieces of Dodger tradition were ingloriously stored in the stadium parking lot....

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