3 photographic prints : black & white ; 8 x 10 in.
8 x 10 in.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Three views of Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher Don Newcombe at unidentified base while serving in the military during the Korean War; 0746 shows Newcombe before platoon of men at attention (typed label on verso: "Inspecting his platoon is one of Don's numerous duties as platoon sergeant. He tells them a sharp soldier is the best one"); 0747 shows Newcombe standing in field with two baseball players (typed label on verso: "Newk explains the fine points of the fast ball to two members of his battalion baseball team. The ex-Brooklyn ace spends many of his off-duty hours coaching the team"); 0748 shows Newcombe standing before platoon of men at ease (typed label on verso: "Discussions of Army life are of primary interest to the new recruits. Here Don tells them of his own experiences during basic training.")