1955 Brooklyn Dodgers vs Milwaukee Braves 9/1 Ticket Stub Roy Campanella Banner Day Hank Aaron 2B PSA

In 1955, the Brooklyn Dodgers finally fulfilled the promise of many previous Dodger teams. Although the club had won several pennants in the past, and had won as many as 105 games in 1953, it had never won a World Series. This team finished 13.5 games ahead in the National League pennant race, leading the league in both runs scored and fewest runs allowed. In the 1955 World Series, they finally beat their crosstown rivals, the New York Yankees. It was the Dodgers first and only World Series championship won while located in Brooklyn.

Offered is a ticket stub that dates from September 1, 1955 in a game at Ebbets Field where Dodgers ace, Roger Craig would take his record to 4-3 over Braves pitcher, Ray Crone by a score of 6-3.  Clem Labine would get his 8th save of the season in front of 13,540 fans in a day game.  

Roy Campanella hit a pair of singles and drove in two runs, while scoring twice.  Duke Snider (double) and Carl Furillo batted in a run each.  2nd year Braves star, Hank Aaron went 1 for 5 on the day, but with his one hit (a double), he scored one run, while Eddie Mathews went 3 for 3 with one RBI.

Both Jim Gilliam of the Dodgers and Billy Bruton of Milwaukee had stolen bases.

Offered is a ticket stub from this action packed game. Encapsulated by PSA

 



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1955 Brooklyn Dodgers vs Milwaukee Braves 9/1 Ticket Stub Roy Campanella Banner Day Hank Aaron 2B PSA