Dean's Last Glove
After Dizzy Dean retired in 1941, he became a
radio announcer with the St. Louis Browns. In
1947, the Browns were a very bad team. On the
last day of the season, the Browns were playing
the Chicago White Sox and Dean announced that
he could pitch better than any of the Browns'
pitchers. The Browns decided to challenge Dean's
claim. So, he put on a uniform, took the mound
and proceeded to throw four scoreless innings
This is the glove that Dean used that day.