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Old 03-28-2013, 04:03 PM
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A friend of mine is the nephew of Tommy Brown and shared a wonderful fishing photo with me. He has a bunch of photos of the Dodgers, I don't know if they are of any value. Anyway, I was wondering if someone can help me identify the players. I recognize Newcombe, Tommy Brown, and Campy. Who are the others?

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Big Don sportin' the Spectator Wing Tips on a fishing trip!
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Wow! Those are some beautiful Speckled Sea Trout! Really nice size ones...
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Old 03-28-2013, 06:17 PM
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My best guess is that the ball player with the pipe is Wayne Belardi. Check out his baseball cards & let me know what you think???


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Don Newcombe, Steve Lembo, Roy Campanella, Tommy Brown and Jim Romano

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Don Newcombe, Steve Lembo, Roy Campanella, Tommy Brown and Jim Romano

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Awesome. Thanks.
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No problem. I just got lucky on this one since Corbis has the same image in their archives. It's a very neat photo, and a cut or two above the usual "players in civvies" shots in my opinion. I think value would hinge on whether the print your friend has is of the period, or a modern print, but it's a fun photo to look at either way
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