Product Description & Features
The Brooklyn Dodgers ended the 1955 season with a 98-55 record (1st place in the National League), and stormed into the post season. In the World Series they faced their arch rival New York Yankees.
- Early in the series, the Dodgers fell behind two games to zero.
- They then went on to win 4 of the next 5 games to become the first team in Major League history to come back from being down 0-2 in a 7 game series.
- On October 4, 1955, the Dodgers completed arguably the most memorabile seasons in team history by becoming World Series Champions and Johnny Podres was named World Series MVP.
- This framed piece commemorates the 1955 season by putting together an 8x10 photo of Ebbets Field surrounded by six 4"x5" photos of the stars of this great team including Roy Campanella who won the NL MVP that year.
- Measures 20" x 24"x 1".
Country of Origin: United States