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Who was Ebbets Field Named After?
As I remember it, I think it was 246 feet to the wall in right field. But that wall was - maybe - 25 feet high. Pitcher Don Newcombe, batting as a pinch hitter, regularl…y poled pop flies over that wall. Arnie Frisch
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At 55 Sullivan Place, Brooklyn, New York.
Dee Fondy of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The final MLB game played at Ebbets Field was between the Brooklyn Dodgers and Pittsburgh Pirates on September 24, 1957 with the D…odgers winning 2-0. The last batter was Fondy who grounded out to shortstop Don Zimmer to end the game.
No one actually knows. There have been claims, but the men's identities weren't recorded when the picture was made.
Ed Bouchee of the Philadelphia Phillies in the 6th inning of the final MLB game played at Ebbets Field on September 29, 1957.
The dogers moved from Brooklyn to Los Angelas after the 1957 season. So there was no need for Ebbets field.
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Prior to playing at Ebbets Field, the Brooklyn Dodgers played at Washington Field in Brooklyn, New York. The Dodgers played at Ebbets Field from 1913-1957. While playing …at Washington Field the team had several unofficial names, such as the Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers and the Brooklyn Superbas.
Ebbet's Field was a major league baseball park located in Brooklyn,New York. It closed on September 24, 1957 and was demolished onFebruary 23, 1960.
Ebbets Field ended in 1960.
Ebbets Field was created in 1913.
The address of the Ebbets Field Wall Of Remembrance Inc is: C/O Sol Moglen 18 Dorset Circle, Caldwell, NJ 7006