The 1988 L.A. Dodgers indeed were the “Miracle Men”. Not much was expected from a team that won just 73 games the year before, but led by pitcher and Cy Young winner Orel Hershiser and National League MVP Kirk Gibson, the Dodgers won the NL West and upset the favored Mets in the NLCS.
- Acrylic, wool blend hat
- Embroidered logo
- Adjustable snapback strap
- Authentic Topps by Red Jacket hat
BUTTONS - SET OF 6
You have every key member from the 1988 World Series-winning Dodgers represented in this six-piece button set highlighted by the emotional Manager Tommy Lasorda, leading his final championship team.
- Set of 6 buttons featuring Tommy Lasorda, Orel Hershiser, Kirk Gibson, Mike Marshall
- 2.5" diameter
- Pinned metal back
PATCHES - SET OF 6
There was nothing out of the ordinary about the nicknames of the Dodgers other than “T-bone” to describe the slight frame of John Shelby. What was out of the ordinary was the unexpected performance of this team on their run to the World Series title
- Set of 6 patches featuring Jon Shelby, Kirk Gibson, Orel Hershiser, Mike Scioscia, Steve Sax, Franklin Stubbs,
- Set of 6 nick name patches
- High quality felt backed
- 100% embroidered
- Each patch measures 3.5" x 1.5"
- Iron/Sew on
It’s one of the greatest images in Los Angeles Dodgers history; a hobbling kirk Gibson pumping his fist after winning Game 1 of the 1988 World Series in walk-off fashion. It was the signature moment in the Dodgers’ improbable run to a championship. The "Miracle Men" relied on the dominant pitching of Orel Hershiser (59 scoreless innings, ring a bell?), Gibby’s hitting, Sax’s glove and the spirit and charisma of the “True Believer” Tommy Lasorda. This team diverted the city’s attention from what was taking place on the hardwood as they went on their memorable run in the summer of '88.
ABOUT ARCHIVES COLLECTIONS
Topps mined its archives to create all new collectible products that are inspired by the greatest teams and most memorable moments from America’s national pastime. With over 75 years of MLB history—from one-of-a-kind photography to iconic graphic design—stored in the Topps Archives, each collection feels like an authentic time capsule from your favorite team’s most memorable year. The Topps Archives Collection, Series 1 pays tribute to superstars and unsung heroes alike, capturing players in their heyday, just as fans remember them.