Home of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Ebbets Field was built in 1913. Jackie Robinson made his Major League debut at Ebbets on April 15, 1947. The unique right field wall and scoreboard had approximately 289 different angles, making it extremely difficult on right fielders. The famous Abe Stark sign offered a free suit to any player hitting the 3 x 30 foot sign. The Dodgers played in Ebbets until 1957 before they ultimately moved to Los Angeles.