The Brooklyn Superbas were a professional baseball team based in Brooklyn, New York. The team was established in 1899 and played in the National League until 1913. The Superbas were known for their unique name, which was a reference to the team's original owner, Charlie Ebbets, who was a wealthy magnate in the Brooklyn construction industry. The team was also known for their success on the field, winning National League Pennants in 1899 and 1900. The team's name was changed to the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1914, and they went on to become one of the most iconic teams in Major League Baseball (MLB) history before moving to Los Angeles in 1958. The Brooklyn Superbas name is now a nostalgic reminder of the rich baseball history of Brooklyn.