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Dodgers vs. All-Kanto All Stars at Miyagi Stadium, Sendai - October 24, 1956

Dodgers Slip Into Form; Whip All Kanto 8 To 0

Dodgers 8, All-Kanto 0

Dodgers 0 0 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 8 11 1
All-Kanto 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2

Dodger Record 3-2.

GAME NOTES: The Dodgers continued their fine pitching with back-to-back shutouts, this time at the expense of the All-Kanto team. The Dodgers scored four runs in the third inning to make a winner of starter Fred Kipp, who pitched the first seven innings. Ralph Branca finished up the last two innings for the Dodgers, who moved above the .500 mark for the first time on the trip. In the third, the Dodgers scored on Duke Snider’s RBI single, a bases-loaded walk by Roy Campanella and a two-run single by Don Demeter. Jim Gilliam, Gino Cimoli and Demeter each had two hits in the Dodgers’ 11-hit attack.

A crowd of 30,000 watched the game in Miyagi Stadium in Sendai. The Dodgers were scheduled for an off-day on October 25, before returning to action in Mito against All-Kanto once again.

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