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.
Baseball: Brooklyn Dodgers Game 5 ticket stub to the 1941 World Series. The 1941 Brooklyn Dodgers led by NL MVP Dolf Camilli won their first pennant in 21 years. They went on to be defeated by who else but the New York Yankees in the World Series.
Legendary 1941 Brooklyn Dodgers Four Big Hitters. Pictured left to right: Billy Herman, Pete Reiser, Dolph Camilli and Dixie Walker were the big hitters for the Brooklyn Dodgers in their NL pennant-winning season of 1941.
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.