1957 Milwaukee at New York World Series Program Scored for Game 2.
Lot 102. 1957 Milwaukee at New York World Series Program Scored for Game 2. The Braves evened the series as Lew Burdette held New York to two runs, Wes Covington drove in the go-ahead run and Johnny Logan contributed a home run. The 48-page program is scored in pencil, has tape along the spine and grades vg. Players for each team are pictured with accompanying career information. Among them are rookies Bobby Richardson and Tony Kubek, Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Bob Turley, Mickey Mantle, Enos Slaughter, Elston Howard, Hank Aaron, Red Schoendienst, Eddie Mathews, Burette and Warren Spahn. The Braves of Milwaukee won their first and only World Championship in seven games. Winning Bid $35.