Skip to content
    Active Filters

1947 Dodgers Jackie Robinson Debut Press Pass – PSA

Go Back
Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating

Out of stock

Description

Quite a season it was, 1947. The Brooklyn Dodgers had emerged from the war with a positively dynamic nine. With the notable exception of Pee Wee Reese, these Dodgers were composed of basically new faces – a remodeled roster from the one that won the pennant just before Pearl Harbor. In 1947, youngsters Branca, Hodges and Furillo thrilled the nearly two million fans who clicked Ebbets Field’s turnstiles. The real sensations of that season, however, were the 20-year-old rookie phenom Duke Snider, along with the grand milestone of the game, Jackie Robinson. The latter, of course, was the standard bearer who dissolved baseball’s color barrier, and it was Robinson who also registered numbers that season to earn the National League’s MVP. Did we mention, the Dodgers won the pennant in ’47…? They did, and presented from that season in which both Robinson and Snider had his debut is this Brooklyn Dodgers Clubhouse Pass for Baseball Writers (press pass) at Ebbets Field. It was encapsulated and authenticated by PSA as PR 1 due to heavy creasing. Of note, the verso has glue residue from previous display.

Authentication: PSA Graded

Additional information

Weight2 lbs
Authentication

Character Family

Player

,

Product

Sport

Team-Baseball

Year

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “1947 Dodgers Jackie Robinson Debut Press Pass – PSA”

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “1947 Dodgers Jackie Robinson Debut Press Pass – PSA”

MENU

top-header-menu

Scroll To Top