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    Jackie Robinson & Phil Rizzuto in the '47 World Series

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    • Elizabeth Blair

      October 5th, 1947. There are not many things better in Baseball than a well executed takeout slide at Second Base. Jackie Robinson shows Phil Rizzuto how it’s done during game 6 of the 1947 World Series.

    • Liz Griffeath

      “October 5th, 1947. There are not many things better in Baseball than a well executed takeout slide at Second Base. Jackie Robinson shows Phil Rizzuto how it’s done during game 6 of the 1947 World Series”

    • Bobby Baratone

      October 5th, 1947. There are not many things better in Baseball than a well executed takeout slide at Second Base. Jackie Robinson shows Phil Rizzuto how it’s done during game 6 of the 1947 World Series

    • Shad Desilva

      october-05-1947-jackie-robinson-sliding-into-second-base-taking-out-phil-rizzuto.jpg (600×431)

    • Ruthe Låne

      Phil Rizzuto of the Yankees being taken out at 2nd base by Jackie Robinson of the Dodgers.

    • Totalmente Pablo

      Phil Rizzuto of the Yankees being taken out at 2nd base by Jackie Robinson of the Dodgers.

    • m g

      October 05, 1947 Jackie Robinson Sliding Into Second Base taking out Phil Rizzuto

    • Joe Shostack

      Jackie Robinson executes a beautiful takeout slide at second base on Phil Rizzuto

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