The original blueprint, sketched in 1965, shows a proposed Douglas DC-9-10 airplane for the Dodgers. Walter O’Malley was considering upgrading to the jet from the Dodger-owned Lockheed Electra II, which he had purchased in 1961. The new aircraft would also have been owned by the Dodgers, but by agreement also used by the Los Angeles Angels, thus both team logos are visible. The Angels were already sharing the Electra with the Dodgers for their road trips. O’Malley had agreed to pay the nearly $7 million price tag for the DC-9 model, but when Douglas officials came back to him and asked him to opt for a newer stretch model DC-9-20 at a considerable price increase, it was a bigger plane than the Dodgers needed and he decided to pass. It was not until 1970 when O’Malley purchased a 720-B Fan Jet that the Dodgers officially moved into the jet age. The 720-B Fan Jet was christened “Kay O’II” in tribute to Kay O’Malley, First Lady of the Dodgers.