The Dodgers franchise features a rich history that saw it spend over 70 seasons in Brooklyn before making the move to Los Angeles in 1958. The team has remained in LA since then and the Dodgers have become one of the most popular teams in baseball. Using the guide below, find some great gift ideas for fans and collectors of the Dodgers.
While the guide covers gift suggestions for the Dodgers, if you are looking for more detailed team information check out our comprehensive Los Angeles Dodgers Collecting Guide.
The following guide features 20 different gift ideas that include items for specific players and more generic options for the team. A wide variety of price points are contained in the guide so that most can find several items in their budget.
Top Gifts for Fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers
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Widely considered the greatest Dodger of all-time, Sandy Koufax won four titles with the team along the way to a Hall of Fame career. His signed gear is definitely a premium gift but a signed photo is generally the most inexpensive option and a fantastic display piece.
An impressive hitter for the Dodgers during the 1950s, Duke Snider won two World Series championships and made eight All-Star appearances while he was with the team. Despite his passing in 2011, signed baseballs for Snider can be found for reasonable amounts and make a nice gift idea.
Another top pitcher for the Dodgers, Don Drysdale spent his entire Hall of Fame career with the franchise. He ended his playing days with three titles and nine All-Star appearances. An early death in 1993 has not depleted his autograph supply and signed photos can still be found with relative ease.
Orel Hershiser closed out his baseball career with several different careers, but he got his start with the Dodgers and spent the bulk of his time in Los Angeles. His most memorable year came in in 1988 when the Dodgers won the title and Hershiser pitched 59 consecutive innings without allowing a run. Signed baseballs make a great gift and many honor that cherished 1988 season.
Kirk Gibson only played three seasons with the Dodgers but he is best remembered for his walk-off home run in Game One of the 1988 World Series. This single event makes him a Dodger for like and helps maintain interest in signed photos that celebrate the moment a popular gift option.
Another player who spent the bulk of his career with the Dodgers before bouncing around the league, Don Sutton was a Hall of Fame pitcher and fan favorite. He has maintained his baseball presence after his retirement with multiple broadcasting jobs. Signed photos for Sutton offer a terrific budget gift option for a fan or collector.
The beloved formed manager for the Dodgers helped lead them to two World Series wins in the 1980s. This framed collage for Tommy Lasorda celebrates the Hall of Fame coach with multiple images and a game-used baseball piece. View more collages and plaques for the Dodgers here.
The current superstar for the Dodgers, Clayton Kershaw has emerged as one of the most dominant pitchers in baseball. The canvas print below documents his 2014 no-hitter and makes a nice display piece that would look amazing signed. Check out signed memorabilia for Clayton Kershaw here.
The Cuban slugger has seen his share of ups and downs but Yasiel Puig is a star for the Dodgers and remains very popular with fans and collectors. The framed photo presents a nice budget gift option. View signed items for Yasiel Puig here.
Presenting a more refined look that is suited for almost any setting, this framed sign documents significant events for the Dodgers from throughout their history. Multiple sizes are available and the largest options also include a capsule of game-used dirt.
Game-used items for the Dodgers offer a fun option for a fan or collector of the team and include detailed information about the game they are from. Prices vary based on the game and item but budget prices can regularly be found.
A great addition to a man cave, this wool banner celebrates all five World Series wins for the Dodgers along with a large logo and vivid blue color scheme.
A team logo baseball for the Los Angeles Dodgers makes a ideal budget gift or stocking stuffer and can be displayed on a desk or shelf in addition to its more common usage in a game.
Baseball cards are a popular option for fans, but they are not as simple to buy because they are so specific. One option we recommend for budget gifts or stocking stuffers is Los Angeles Dodgers team sets. Some are sealed and some are hand-collated, but the result is the same. Make sure to verify the year of the card and the players included to make sure you are getting what you expect.
Los Angeles Dodgers Bobbleheads/Figures
Whether shopping for a child or an adult, Los Angeles Dodgers figures and bobbleheads can be a great gift. Several different brands offer a variety of options and many players can be found from the history of the franchise. Check out specific figures on eBay using the links below.
Los Angeles Dodgers Fatheads
There are a good variety of different Los Angeles Dodgers team Fatheads. In addition to team logo versions, players are some of the top Fatheads and three of the most popular Dodgers are noted below.
Los Angeles Dodgers Jerseys
Jerseys remain the most common way for fans to display their love of the Dodgers. Replica versions offer cheaper prices and fans can also have them customized for added appeal. If you are overwhelmed by the many versions, check our detailed MLB jersey guide here.