(baseball) Nickname]] of the , later the [[w:Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Dodgers.
*1951 , New York Times , "VOICE OF FLATBUSH GOES UP AND DOWN; Loud Shouts of Morning Fall to...", Oct 2, 1951
*:The folks were quite happy about Sunday's thrilling reprieve in Philadelphia and happily confident that "d' Bums' ll moider dem Jints"
*2007 , Curt Smith, The Voice: Mel Allen's Untold Story , page 111
*:To his credit, Allen could not imagine the Jints' or ' Bums unabiding on New York's behalf. "New York is fully capable of supporting three clubs."
*2000 , G. Richard McKelvey, The MacPhails: Baseball's First Family of the Front Office , page 38
*:The faithful cheered loudly for their beloved Bums'; they jeered loudly at the others teams, especially if they were the hated "' Jints " from the Polo Grounds.
*2001 , G. Richard McKelvey, The Bounce: Baseball Teams' Great Falls and Comebacks page 100
*:The Polo Grounds, which had been the site of many fierce battles between the "Jints'" and the "' Bums ," was not friendly to the home team.