Jackie Robinson Rookie Era 1948 Brooklyn Dodgers Team Signed Baseball PSA DNA
Presented is a team-signed Official National League baseball from the 1948 Brooklyn Dodgers. The team finished with a record of 84-70-1, good for third place in the National League. Hall of Famers signing the ball: Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella, Gil Hodges, Duke Snider, and Pee Wee Reese. Others: manager Burt Shotton, Bruce Edwards, Carl Furillo, coach Clyde Sukeforth, coach Jake Pitler, Gene Hermanski, Paul Minner, Erv Palica, George "Shotgun" Shuba, Harry Taylor, Hank Bohrman, Pete Reiser, Preacher Roe, Joe Hatten, Carl Erskine, Billy Cox, Tommy Brown, Ralph Branca. Jackie Robinson was coming off the 1947 season in which he broke the modern color line and won Rookie of the Year honors. In the '48 campaign, Robinson moved from first base to second base, batted .296, scored 108 runs, and stole 22 bases. With Campanella catching, former catcher Gil Hodges moved to first base and the core of Brooklyn Dodgers was set for most of the team's remaining time in Brooklyn, including The Boys of Summer team of the 1950s and the 1955 World Series Champions - the only Brooklyn Dodgers squad to ever be World Champions. The signatures of Jackie Robinson and the other Hall of Famers from the golden age of Brooklyn Dodgers baseball make this offering a prize for any collection. All the signatures are authentic. There are NO clubhouse signatures. The ball comes with a PSA LOA.
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