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Dodgers: Familiar Names Lead Top MLB Jersey Sales Of 2022

A best way for a fan to show their love for a team is to rock the teams jersey of their favorite player. The Dodgers did a lot of winning during the regular season and despite a poor ending to the regular season, some familiar names remain at the top of jersey sales. 

This of course comes as no surprise and one can argue the Dodgers would still be in the top 10 of jersey sales even with a worse season, but it’s hard to find someone else other than Mookie Betts to lead all jersey sales of 2022.

Betts comes as no surprise with the All-Star level of talent displayed all season long, but among the surprises who made the list belongs to Cody Bellinger. Bellinger ranks as the seventh highest jersey sales this season despite the struggling season.

The former NL MVP has made his name this season for his defensive efforts in the outfield, but remained inconsistent hitting the ball. It remains to be seen if Bellinger will find himself in a Dodgers uniform again next season. 

Of course with any baseball fan who has too many jerseys to pick from, you can never go wrong with the legends of the game. Derek Jeter and Ken Griffey Jr crack the top five highest jersey sales, but right at five is the Brooklyn Dodgers very own Jackie Robinson.

One of the greatest Dodgers to ever play the game and a true trailblazer for the league. We’re talking jersey sales, but to be a part of a list that includes some of the greatest is a special feeling for both the fans and the athletes.

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  1. I proudly wear number 4 on the back of my Dodger jersey. There is no name, since back in the day everybody knew who wore what number!
    The Duke of Flatbush has always and always be my favorite player!

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