1957 Milwaukee Braves Uniform Worn During the Regular Season and World Series
The 1957 Braves gave the city of Milwaukee its only World Series championship as they defeated the Yankees in a Game 7 thriller in the Bronx. Second baseman Red Schoendienst wore this road uniform throughout that season and the Series, including that deciding game. The jersey, pants, belt and stirrups are all original, unrestored and show nice use. The familiar Braves tomahawk logo adorns the front of the jersey, while Red's #4 appears on both the front and back. There's Wilson 44 and "1957" tagging on the front tail. The name "O'Connel" is stitched in the collar, referring to Danny O'Connel, a journeyman infielder who was traded to the Giants on June 15. Red was given acquired his jersey after being acquired by the Braves and personally brought it home after the World Series. It is signed on the front with the addition of "1957 W.S." while the pants are also tagged Wilson 36 with "1957" and "Thomson" stitched in. Schoendienst batted .,278 (5-18) with a double and two RBI during the '57 Series.
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