This collector's Healy plaque celebrates the 1957 Braves, who are still the only Milwaukee-based team to win a World Series.
The pressed wood plaque features a team photo of the '57 Braves on its laminated gold metal plate, which is mounted on a walnut brown board.
The players, coaches and staff of the 1957 Milwaukee Braves are listed in order of their appearance on the team photo taken at County Stadium.
The top of the plate is inscribed with the words 1957 World Series Champions beneath the Braves' official Native American head logo.
In addition to the team roster, the bottom of the plate lists the Braves' combined regular and postseason record (99-62) and scores from Milwaukee's World Series victory over the New York Yankees.
Size: 13" x 16"
Officially licensed by Major League Baseball
Made in the USA by Healy Awards
Discontinued by the manufacturer on 12/30/10
1957 Milwaukee Braves (as listed on the Healy plaque team photo)
Row 1: Bob Hazle, Phil Paine, Chad Blossfield, Paul Wick, John DeMerit, Taylor Phillips.
Row 2: Public Relations Director Donald Davidson, Traveling Secretary Duffy Lewis, Johnny Logan, Coach Bob Keely, Coach Charlie Root, Coach John Riddle, Manager Fred Haney, Coach Connie Ryan, Andy Pafko, Felix Mantilla, Property Manager Joe Taylor.
Row 3: Trainer Bob Feron, Bob Buhl, Don McMahon, Bill Bruton, Bob Trowbridge, Lew Burdette, Frank Torre, Eddie Mathews, Carl Sawatski, Juan Pizarro, Joe Adcock, John Lang.
Row 4: Mel Roach, Red Schoendienst, Warren Spahn, Nippy Jones, Bob Taylor, Del Rice, Wes Covington, Del Crandall, Henry Aaron, Harry Hanebrink, Ernie Johnson, Dave Jolly, Gene Conley.