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Chicago Cubs at Brooklyn Dodgers — June 19, 1952 (1 Comment)

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Game Summary
Team Runs Hits Errors LOB Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save Game Winning RBI
Chicago Cubs  Carl Erskine  Warren Hacker  (none)  Roy Campanella 
Brooklyn Dodgers 
Game Information
Day of Week Day / Night Visiting Team Home Team Visiting Starting Pitcher Home Starting Pitcher Ballpark City State Attendance Time of Game
Thu  Chicago Cubs  Brooklyn Dodgers  Warren Hacker  Carl Erskine  Ebbets Field  Brooklyn  NY  7,732   
Chicago Cubs Lineup  Brooklyn Dodgers Lineup  Umpires 
Name  Position  Name  Position  Name  Position 
Eddie Miksis  Shortstop  Bobby Morgan  Third Baseman  Jocko Conlan  Home Plate 
Bob Addis  Center Fielder  Pee Wee Reese  Shortstop  Bill Stewart  First Base 
Gene Hermanski  Right Fielder  Jackie Robinson  Second Baseman  Augie Guglielmo  Second Base 
Hank Sauer  Left Fielder  Roy Campanella  Catcher  Artie Gore  Third Base 
Toby Atwell  Catcher  Carl Furillo  Right Fielder     
Dee Fondy  First Baseman  Duke Snider  Center Fielder     
Randy Jackson  Third Baseman  Gil Hodges  First Baseman     
Bob Ramazzotti  Second Baseman  Andy Pafko  Left Fielder     
Warren Hacker  Pitcher  Carl Erskine  Pitcher     
Manager  Phil Cavarretta  Manager  Chuck Dressen     

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1 Re: Brooklyn Dodgers versus Chicago Cubs - June 19, 1952 - Regular Season Lineup and other Game Information
Posted by Norman – 01/30/2014 at 12:18 PM
I was twelve years old when I saw this game with 3 friends from Jr. High School. I remember it was a rainy day. The Dodgers got an early lead, KOing the Cubs starting pitcher, which brought in Willie Ramsdell from the bullpen. Carl Erskine was pitching a no-hitter at the time. In the bottom of the third inning, Ramsdell, was at bat with two outs. Even though he was a weak hitter, Erskine walked Ramsdell on
four pitches because he was in a rush to get in an official game. Erskine went on to complete the no-hitter and Ramsdell was the only batter to reach base.

I would be interested if there are any other recollections of this game

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