The Dodgers made a nice, and much deserved, gesture Monday when they dedicated the team’s
Jobe passed away last month at 88 after serving the team for 50 years. He pioneered the so-called Tommy John surgery, the elbow ligament-replacement procedure that has prolonged the careers of many players.
The Dodgers had a pregame ceremony with President Stan Kasten presenting Jobe's widow, Beverly, and three of his sons, Cam, Chris and Meredith, with a replica of the "Dr. Frank Jobe Training Room" sign that will hang over the facility.
John was in attendance and gave a framed display with pictures of Jobe and a copy of the original X-ray taken of his elbow to Kasten and the Dodgers.