Brooklyn Dodgers Hall of Fame Stars of the 1950’s

Brooklyn Dodgers Hall of Fame Stars of the 1950’s


Details About This Item:

• The total frame measures 16 x 24.5 – Inside dimensions are 15 x 22.5
• The images of the players are 4.5 x 4.5 – Ebbets Field is 7 x 5.25
• It has a 2.0 border from frame to images
• The frame is 1.25″ wide made of wood in a black satin finish
• It has a cloud colored matte
• It is covered in plexiglass

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This sports wall hanging is called the Brooklyn Dodgers of the 1950’s.  It features the 4 Hall of Fame players on the 1955 World Series Championship team.

The finished piece is done in a “Modern-Vintage” style.  American baseball history that would make a nice addition to your sports room or office.  It would also make a nice give to give to that special Brooklyn Dodgers fan.

The Brooklyn Dodgers

In 1955, the Brooklyn Dodgers finally fulfilled the promise of many previous Dodger teams – they finally beat their cross-town rivals the New York Yankees.  It was the Dodgers first and only World Series championship they won while located in Brooklyn.

This season was basically a culmination of the careers of many legendary Dodger players – especially the 4 Hall of Fame players on that team. Catcher Roy Campanella won the 1955 National League Most Valuable Player award, his third in five years.  Center fielder Duke Snider led the league in runs batted in and was second in the MVP voting.  Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese, both 36 years old, proved they could still play at a high level.