Via SoSG regular Dusty Baker, here's a shot of the Dodgers' program (read: advertising circular) that they are distributing at the parking lot ticket booths, upon entry to the Stadium:
At first, I just thought that the Dodgers were trying to save money by using black and white photography. But it seems that this whole novelty of having the Dodgers' coaching staff wear suits is indeed the image on the 60's night giveaway poster being distributed at the May 7 game:
I don't mean to disparage the Dodgers coaching staff, but I don't think this poster is going to be adorning the walls of many seven-year-olds' rooms on the morning of May 8. If the goal was to commemorate the 1960's, I would have gone with Manny Ramirez, photoshopped into a mop-top haircut (but I suppose we're already screwing with Manny's image enough given the action figure giveaway planned for July 22).
And since when are suits germane specifically to the 1960's, anyway? Haven't men worn suits (and played pool) all along?