This is a 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers team 44″x36″x2″ framed collage of cuts and cards that were personally autographed by 36 members of the team and coaching staff. These members include: Walter Alston* (manager), Sandy Amoros*, Joe Becker* (coach), Don Bessent*, Joe Black*, Bob Borkowski, Roy Campanella* (HOF & MVP), Roger Craig, Carl Erskine, Carl Furillo*, Jim Gilliam*, Bert Hamric*, Billy Herman* (coach), Don Hoak*, Gil Hodges*, Dixie Howell*, Jim Hughes*, Frank Kellert*, Sandy Koufax (HOF), Clem Labine*, Tom Lasorda (HOF), Billy Loes*, Russ Meyer*, Walt Moryn*, Don Newcombe*, Jake Pitler* (coach), Johnny Podres*, Pee Wee Reese* (HOF), Jackie Robinson* (HOF), Ed Roebuck, George Shuba*, Duke Snider (HOF & MVP Runner Up), Karl Spooner*, Chuck Templeton*, Rube Walker*, and Don Zimmer*. The * indicates players who are now deceased. The 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers finally fulfilled the promise of many previous Dodger teams. Although the club had won several pennants in the past, and had won as many as 105 games in 1953, it had never won a World Series. This team finished 13.5 games ahead in the National League pennant race, leading the league in both runs scored and fewest runs allowed. In the 1955 World Series, they finally beat their crosstown rivals, the New York Yankees in a hard fought 7 game series. It was the Dodgers first and only World Series championship won while located in Brooklyn. This item includes a letter of authenticity from James Spence Authentication (JSA) and a certificate of authenticity from Denver Autographs.