Ebbets Field I

Jake Daubert

Chalmers Award

Jake Daubert (BKN)

1913

Jake Daubert 2

N. L. Batting Champion (.350)

Jake Daubert (BKN)

1913

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N. L. Batting Champion (.329)

Jake Daubert (BKN)

1914

Wilbur Good

Wilbur Goode (CHC)

Steals 2nd, 3td & Home

6th Inning

vs. Brooklyn Robins

August 18th, 1915

Jimmy Johnston

Jimmy Johnston (BKN)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

8th Inning

vs. St. Louis Cardinals

September 22nd, 1916

Zack Wheat

N. L. Batting Champion (.335)

Zack Wheat (BKN)

1918

Jake Daubert 4

N. L. Triples Leader (15)

Jake Daubert (BKN)

1918

Hy Myers

N. L. RBI Leader (73)

Hy Myers (BKN)

1919

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N. L. Co-Triples Leader (14)

Hy Myers (BKN)

1919

Hy Myers 3

N. L. Triples Leader (22)

Hy Myers (BKN)

1920

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N. L. Co-Wins Leader (22)

Burleigh Grimes (BKN)

1921

Burleigh Grimes 3

N. L. Strikeout Leader (136)

Burleigh Grimes (BKN)

1921

Dazzy Vance 7

N. L. Strikeout Leader (134)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1922

Dazzy Vance 8

N. L. Strikeout Leader (197)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1923

Dazzy Vance

Most Valuable Player

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1924

Jack Fournier

N. L. Home Run Leader (27)

Jack Fournier (BKN)

1924

Dazzy Vance 2

N. L. Wins Leader (28)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1924

Dazzy Vance 4

N. L. ERA Leader (2.16)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1924

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N. L. Strikeout Leader (262)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1924

Dazzy Vance 3

N. L. Wins Leader (22)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1925

Dazzy Vance 10

N. L. Strikeout Leader (221)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1925

Dazzy Vance

No Hitter:

Dazzy Vance

9-13-25

vs. Philadelphia Phillies (10-1)

Dazzy Vance 11

N. L. Strikeout Leader (140)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1926

Dazzy Vance 12

N. L. Strikeout Leader (184)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1927

Dazzy Vance 5

N. L. ERA Leader (2.09)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1928

Dazzy Vance 13

N. L. Strikeout Leader (200)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1928

Bill Terry

Cycle:

Bill Terry (NYG)

vs. Brooklyn Robins

May 29th, 1928

Harvey Hendrick

Harvey Hendrick (BKN)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

8th Inning

vs. Chicago Cubs

June 12th, 1928

Ray Kremer 2

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (20)

Ray Kremer (BKN)

1930

Dazzy Vance 6

N. L. ERA Leader (2.61)

Dazzy Vance (BKN)

1930

Babe Herman

Cycle:

Babe Herman (BKN)

vs. Cincinnati Reds

May 18th, 1931

Lefty O'Doul 2

N. L. Batting Champion (.368)

Lefty O’Doul (BKN)

1932

Arky Vaughan

Cycle:

Arky Vaughan (PIT)

vs. Brooklyn Dodgers

June 24th, 1933

Van Mungo

N. L. Strikeout Leader (238)

Van Mungo (BKN)

1936

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No Hitter:

Johnny Vander Meer (CIN)

6-15-38

vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (6-0)

First TV Game

First Televised Game

Reds vs. Dodgers

August 26th, 1939

Dolph Camilli

Most Valuable Player

Dolph Camilli (BKN)

1941

Dolph Camilli 2

N. L. Home Run Leader (34)

Dolph Camilli (BKN)

1941

Kirby Higbe 2

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (22)

Kirby Higbe (BKN)

1941

Whit Wyatt

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (22)

Whit Wyatt (BKN)

1941

Pete Reiser 3

N. L. Batting Champion (.343)

Pete Reiser (BKN)

1941

Dolph Camilli 3

N. L. RBI Leader (120)

Dolph Camilli (BKN)

1941

Pete Reiser 4

N. L. Triples Leader (17)

Pete Reiser (BKN)

1941

Mickey Owens

Mickey Owens

Dropped Third Strike

October 5th, 1941

1941 WS

Yankees Defeat Dodgers

Win World Series 4-1

October 6th, 1941

Pete Reiser

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (20)

Pete Reiser (BKN)

1942

Dixie Walker 2

N. L. Batting Champion (.357)

Dixie Walker (BKN)

1943

Arky Vaughan 4

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (20)

Arky Vaughan (BKN)

1943

Dixie Walker

Cycle:

Dixie Walker (BKN)

vs. New York Giants

September 2nd, 1944

Dixie Walker 3

N. L. RBI Leader (124)

Dixie Walker (BKN)

1945

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N. L. Triples Leader (13)

Luis Olmo (BKN)

1945

Pete Reiser 2

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (34)

Pete Reiser (BKN)

1946

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No Hitter:

Ed Head

4-23-46

vs. Boston Braves (5-0)

Jackie Robinson 5

Rookie of the Year

Jackie Robinson (BKN)

1947

Jackie Robinson 6

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (29)

Jackie Robinson (BKN)

1947

Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson Breaks

Baseball’s Color Barrier

April 15th, 1947

Lavagetto Bevens

Cookie Lavagetto Breaks Up

Floyd Bevens No-Hitter

World Series – Game 4

October 3rd, 1947

Wally Westlake

Cycle:

Wally Westlake (PIT)

vs. Brooklyn Dodgers

July 30th, 1948

Jackie Robinson 4

Most Valuable Player

Jackie Robinson (BKN)

1949

Don Newcombe 2

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Don Newcombe (BKN)

1949

Jackie Robinson 8

N. L. Batting Champion (.342)

Jackie Robinson (BKN)

1949

Jackie Robinson 7

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (37)

Jackie Robinson (BKN)

1949

1949-as

July 12th, 1949

American League 11

National League 7

Stan Musial

Cycle:

Stan Musial (STL)

vs. Brooklyn Dodgers

July 24th, 1949

1949 WS

Yankees Defeat Dodgers

Win World Series 4-1

October 9th, 1949

Ralph Kiner

Cycle:

Ralph Kiner (PIT)

vs. Brooklyn Dodgers

June 25th, 1950

1950 Gil Hodges

Four Home Runs:
Gil Hodges

August 31st, 1950

Roy Campanella

Most Valuable Player

Roy Campanella (BKN)

1951

Don Newcombe 5

N. L. Co-Strikeout Leader (164)

Don Newcombe (BKN)

1951

Red Barber

First Baseball Game

Televised in Color

Braves vs. Dodgers

August 11th, 1951

First Coast to Coast

Televised Baseball Game

Giants vs. Dodgers

October 1st, 1951

Joe Black

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Joe Black (BKN)

1952

Pee Wee Reese

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (30)

Pee Wee Reese (BKN)

1952

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No Hitter:

Carl Erskine

6-19-52

vs. Chicago Cubs (5-0)

1952 WS

Yankees Defeat Dodgers

Win World Series 4-3

October 7th, 1952

Roy Campanella 2

Most Valuable Player

Roy Camanella (BKN)

1953

Brooklyn Dodgers

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Jim Gilliam (BKN)

1953

Carl Furillo

N. L. Batting Champion (.344)

Carl Furillo (BKN)

1953

Roy Campanella 4

N. L. RBI Leader (142)

Roy Campanella (BKN)

1953

Jim Gilliam 2

N. L. Triples Leader (17)

Jim Gilliam (BKN)

1953

1954 Joe Adcock

Four Home Runs:

Joe Adcock

July 31st, 1954

Roy Campanella 3

Most Valuable Player

Roy Campanella (BKN)

1955

Duke Snider 2

N. L. RBI Leader (136)

Duke Snider (BKN)

1955

Don Newcombe 3

Most Valuable Player

Don Newcombe (BKN)

1956

Don Newcombe

Cy Young Award

Don Newcombe (BKN)

1956

Duke Snider

N. L. Home Run Leader (43)

Duke Snider (BKN)

1956

Don Newcombe 4

N. L. Wins Leader (27)

Don Newcombe (BKN)

1956

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No Hitter:

Carl Erskine

5-12-56

vs. New York Giants (3-0)

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No Hitter:

Sal Maglie

9-25-56

vs. Philadelphia Phillies (5-0)

1956 WS

Yankees Defeat Dodgers

Win World Series 4-3

October 10th, 1956

Johnny Podres

N. L. ERA Leader (2.66)

Johnny Podres (BKN)

1957