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THE NEW YORK YANKEES - COLLECTION WITH YOGI BERRA, BILL "MOOSE" SKOWRON, ANDY CAREY, JERRY COLEMAN, TOMMY BYRNE, EDDIE (WILLIAM EDWARD) ROBINSON, BOBBY RICHARDSON, BOB CERV, CHARLIE "SWEDE" SILVERA, WHITEY FORD AND OTHERS - HFSID 90972

NEW YORK YANKEES: 1956. The only perfect game in World Series history. Comprises: (1) Photo-Typescript signed: "To Dale Mitchell--/Better Luck Next Time!/Don Larsen/#18/October 8, 1956". B/w, 8x10.

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Condition: fine condition
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NEW YORK YANKEES: 1956.
The only perfect game in World Series history.
Comprises: (1) Photo-Typescript signed: "To Dale Mitchell--/Better Luck Next Time!/Don Larsen/#18/October 8, 1956". B/w, 8x10. THIS IS A SOUVENIR INSCRIPTION FOR A COLLECTOR; THIS PHOTOGRAPH WAS NOT GIVEN TO DALE MITCHELL AND WAS SUBSEQUENTLY AFTER THE ACTUAL GAME WAS PLAYED. Fine condition. (2) REACH Official American League baseball signed: "Bob Turley", "John Kucks", "Tom Carroll", "Maurice McDermott", "Mickey Mantle", "Andy Carey", "Billy Martin", "Yogi Berra", "Phil Rizzuto", "Don Larsen", "Charlie Silvera", "Irv Noren", "Hank Bauer", "Bob Grim", "Tom Morgan", "Gil McDougald", "Eddie Robinson", "Joe Collins", "Bill Skowron", "Bobby Richardson", "Tommy Byrne", "Jerry Coleman", "Jerry Staley", "Tom Sturdivant", "Bill Hunter", "Elston Howard", "Bob Cerv", "Rip Coleman" and "Whitey Ford". Some signatures light but legible. Fine condition. On October 8, 1956, the New York Yankees defeated the Brooklyn Dodgers 2-0 in Game 5 of the World Series making them the World Champions for that year. Series history was made by Don Larsen of the Yankees, who pitched a perfect game, the only one ever pitched in the World Series. He required only 97 pitches. He is shown in this photo delivering the last pitch. The last batter Larsen faced was Dale Mitchell, who was declared out by umpire Babe Pinelli on a called third strike. Mitchell and others, including Mickey Mantle in centerfield, thought the ball a bit outside, but mayhem had erupted and catcher Yogi Berra had jumped into Larsen's arms before Mitchell could argue. Presented on a Pedestal in Gallery of History style.

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