Displayed is a signed team baseball from the 1957 Brooklyn Dodgers, the last Dodger team to call Brooklyn home. By 1958, Ebbets field was abandoned, and the Dodgers called Los Angeles home. The ball, stamped "Dodgers", has 26 signatures (signed with a ballpoint pen, with blue ink), with five Hall of Famers. Roy Campanella (HOF), Sandy Koufax (HOF), Don Drysdale (HOF), Don Bessent, Walt Alston HOF (manager - on sweet spot) Elmer Valo, Carl Furillo, Pee Wee Reese (HOF), Don Newcombe, Sandy Amoros, Jim Gilliam, Clem Labine, Ed Roebuck, Jim Gentile, John Roseboro, Joe Pignatano, Roger Craig, Randy Jackson, and Johnny Podres, the pitcher who shut out the New York Yankees, 2-0, in the 1955 World Series to win the Brooklyn Dodgers' only World Championship, and more. The autograph of Duke Snider is secretarial. The signatures average 7/10, and the ball is in very good condition. The signed ball makes a valuable keepsake from the last ever Brooklyn Dodgers team. PSA LOA.