Clem Labine signed Brooklyn Dodgers 8x10 Photo (deceased-hat tip)
Clem Labine was an American right-handed relief pitcher in Major League Baseball best known for his years with the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1950 to 1960. As a key member of the Dodgers in the early 1950s, he helped the team to its first World Series title in 1955 with a win and a save in four games. He held the National League record for career saves from 1958 until 1962; his 96 career saves ranked fourth in Major League history when he retired. He also set a Dodgers franchise record of 425 career games pitched. Clem Labine has hand signed this Brooklyn Dodgers 8x10 Photo. Certificate of Authenticity from Athlon Sports.