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    1941 Brooklyn Dodgers NL Pennant Winners Team Photograph. After some late-season heroics, the Brooklyn Dodgers sealed the 1941 NL pennant, the first for the organization in over 20 years. Although they would go on to lose to the crosstown rival Yankees in the World Series, the squad assembled here had no lack of star power. Among the esteemed Bums pictured are HOFers Pee Wee Reese, Joe Medwick, and player/manager Leo Durocher. Also notably photographed is George Pfister, who appeared for the Dodgers for just that one game in 1941, his only stint in the majors. After the fact, the NL ruled that Pfister was actually property of Montreal's team in the International League, and was thus ineligible and his name is removed from the box score. Black and white photo is framed to dimensions of 10.5x17.5".

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    May, 2006
    28th Sunday
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