Jackie Robinson “Doubles in 2” – Last All-Star Game & Hit

Jackie Robinson “Doubles in 2” – Last All-Star Game & Hit


Details About This Item:

• The total frame size is 14.5 x 25 – Inside dimensions are 12.5 x 23
• The images of Jackie Robinson are 6 x 6
• The frame is made of wood in a black satin finish
• The matte is dove white
• It is covered in plexiglass

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This sports wall hanging is called Jackie Robinson “Doubles in 2” and features in-motion sequential images of the Brooklyn Dodgers great in his final All-Star Game plate appearance and hit in 1954.

It is done in a unique and distinctive modern-vintage style.  It would make a nice addition to your sports room or to give as a gift.

Jackie Robinson’s final All-Star Game hit was a double to right-center off Sandy Consuegra of the Chicago While Sox in the top of the 4th inning in the 1954 game. It scored Ted Kluszewski of the Cincinnati Reds and Ray Jablonski of the St. Louis Cardinals.

The Immortal Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson was the first black ballplayer to play in the Major Leagues. He played is entire career for the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1947 to 1956.  His number 42 is retired from not only the Brooklyn (Los Angeles) Dodgers, but all of Major League Baseball.  He was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962.