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Posted 5 years ago

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rocklandman
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Found in a bottom of a box bought at estate sale, about 7 b & w film negatives large format, My son had to photo shop cause my scanner would only scan half the negative. Have so very historical ones I will put on tonight. I would love to know the year of this picture.
These must be worth something??? What a Find !!!
Thanks
John

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  1. MrAtmosphere, 4 years ago
    Your photo depicts the 4th inning of game 3 of the 1952 World Series between the Yankees and Dodgers in Yankee Stadium. The Yankees lost that game 5-3, but won the Series in 7 games. Here is a description of the inning depicted in your photo. The last play is shown in the photo:

    YANKEES 4TH: Berra doubled to left; Bauer out on a sacrifice
    bunt (first to second) [Berra to third]; McDougald struck out;
    Martin walked; Lopat walked [Martin to second]; Rizzuto forced
    Lopat (shortstop to second); 0 R, 1 H, 0 E, 3 LOB. Dodgers 1,
    Yankees 1.
  2. Foundaroundtown Foundaroundtown, 2 years ago
    Could you email me with some additional info
    Mohawkmover@yahoo.com
    Thanks
  3. bobby725 bobby725, 4 months ago
    The first base umpire, Bill McKinley, is from my hometown. He used to hit fly balls to me, he also gave my mother a 1957 world series ball signed by Hank Aaron, which I now have. Great pic.!

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