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On September 24, 1957, "Dem Bums" - the Brooklyn Dodgers - played their last game in Ebbets Field, going out with a 2-0 victory over the Pirates. The club's owner Walter O'Malley would move the team to Los Angeles for the start of the 1958 season and break the hearts of thousands of loyal Brooklyn fans. Here we have a limited edition "Last Game" pamphlet and an official game program both signed by the winning pitcher Danny McDevitt who hurled a complete-game shutout. The program is VG with a small piece missing along the spine. Also included in this package is a EX/MT ticket stub.
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