Chesterfield Cigarettes sign featuring Whit Wyatt of the Brooklyn Dodgers.
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1941 Chesterfield Ad - Whit Wyatt - Brooklyn Dodgers Wyatt isn’t exactly a household name in the lexicon of baseball fans, but it should be remembered that he won 22 games for the 1941 N.L. Champion Brooklyn team and finished 3rd in MVP voting that year behind his Dodgers teammates Pete Reiser and winner Dolph Camilli.
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1988-Orel Hershiser, Dodger Pitcher
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A determined Orel Hershiser, now 6-0, bears down on a Pittsburgh batter. Photograph dated May 5, 1988. Orel Leonard Hershiser IV (born September 16, 1958) is an American former Major League Baseball starting pitcher. Hershiser was a three-time All-Star and won the Gold Glove, Cy Young Award, NLCS MVP and World Series MVP with the Dodgers in 1988. He also holds the Major League record for most consecutive scoreless innings pitched, pitching 59 consecutive innings without giving up a run from August 30, 1988 to September 28, 1988. Known for his slight frame and fierce competitive spirit, Hershiser was nicknamed "Bulldog" by former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda, who managed Hershiser during his time with the Dodgers.
Don Newcombe of the Brooklyn Dodgers
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Don Newcombe of the Brooklyn Dodgers by Gary Davis.
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The Dodgers ⚾️
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BASEBALL~1955 JACKIE ROBINSON AND ROY CAMPANELLA SIGNED PROGRAM COVER
Casey Stengel - Brooklyn Dodgers - 1915
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Casey Stengel, full-length portrait, wearing sunglasses, while playing outfield for the Brooklyn Dodgers, 1915
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[Casey Stengel, full-length portrait, wearing sunglasses, while playing outfield for the Brooklyn Dodgers] [ca. 1915] 1 photographic print. Notes: Title devised by Library staff. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Published in: Baseball Americana : treasures from the Library of Congress / Harry Katz, et al. New York : Smithsonian Books, 2009. Subjects: Stengel, Casey. Baseball players--New York (State)--New York--1910-1920. Format: Portrait photographs--1910-1920. Photographic prints--1910-1920. Rights Info: No known restrictions on publication. Repository: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA, hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print General information about the Bain Collection is available at hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.ggbain Persistent URL: hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ppmsca.18466 Call Number: LOT 11147-1 [item]
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Jackie Robinson and the Brooklyn Dodgers, before they moved to Los Angeles in 1958, L to R, autographed players, Pee Wee Reese, Jackie Robinson # 42, tall man in back is Don Newcombe, # 4 second from right is Duke Snider
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A Vintage Photo Of The L.A. Dodgers ~ Pictured Are Jackie Robinson, Pee Wee Reese Among Others
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Dean Martin And Jerry Lewis Chesterfield Cigarette Ad. (1952)
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Chesterfield Cigarettes. Martin & Lewis.
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Vintage Ads: Chesterfield Cigarettes: adventure & freedom not political correctness or health
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Nashua Dodgers 1946 Mural
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Nashua is one of the lucky areas of this country that has had the privilege of being touched not only by one, but two baseball greats: Roy Campanella and Don Newcombe. We hope to pay tribute and recognize the efforts of these two men and of the righteous decision of the Nashua Dodgers to allow these two men to play the game of baseball. The next time youre at Holman, take the time to read the plaque commemorating the achievement of these men. The plaque is located at the front of the Pride Box Office. The citizens of Nashua can truly be proud. IN 1946...Branch Rickey desegregated the Dodgers by sending Jackie Robinson to Montreal AAA. Five months later, he opened a second phase by signing catcher Roy Campanella and pitcher Don Newcombe. He had to send them to A ball because of their history as Negro League stars, but 3 of the 5 Dodger A teams were in segregated states. That left Danville, IL and Nashua, NH. Danville refused the 2 players, but Nashua GM Buzzie Bavasi said, "If they can play ball better than what we have, we don't care what color they are." Nashua, New Hampshire, according to Wendell Smith, was a typical New England town, quiet, liberal, and staid in its ways. Located forty miles north of Boston, Nashua residents seemed to have no qualms about welcoming the two black athletes. These people are wonderful, reported the ebullient Campanella. Newcombe and I go anyplace we want to, do anything we please, and are treated like long lost sons. Newcombe and Campanella and their wives constituted the entire black population of Nashua. They rarely saw the other blacks in the area, who lived at a lumber mill several miles outside of town. We even had to go to the white barber shop, recalls Newcombe. He didnt know how to cut black peoples hair. We got scalped many times by the barber who tried. He could have said No, I dont cut black peoples hair, but he tried. Bad haircuts, however, seemed a small price to pay. The two black families had no trouble finding lodgings and experienced no problems in restaurants or at the stadium. We were very lucky to play in that area, says Newcombe. On a short brick outfield wall in a very short left field are circles with the numbers 36, 39, and 42. The 42 is for Jackie Robinson; the 36 and 39 are for his future Dodger teammates Don Newcombe and Roy Campanella, who played here for the Nashua Dodgers in the late 1940s. (Robinson never played at Nashua; he spent the 1946 season at Montreal before being recalled to Brooklyn in 1947.)
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Just the view looking out from the Dodgers Stadium. Even the parking lot looks good in California.
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CARD: Irwin "Kaiser" Wilhelm player card. Wilhelm played for the Superbas of Brooklyn, one of the nicknames used before Dodgers. A pitcher, he played through 1910 and later (1914-1915) in the Federal League. Three times he lost 20 games in a season.