O'Malley Collection on Display at These Museums

National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Cooperstown, NY

(Artifacts to commemorate Walter O'Malley induction to the Baseball Hall of Fame, July 27, 2008-June 2009)

*O'Malley's master key for Dodger Stadium with O'Malley's name engraved on it.

*O'Malley's shovel used during groundbreaking ceremonies for Dodger Stadium on September 17, 1959.

*O'Malley's 1963 World Series ring, with a large "4" etched on the shank, representing the four-game sweep of the New York Yankees.

*A hand-carved and painted model of the Dodger-owned Lockheed Electra II airplane, named "Kay O'" in honor of O'Malley's wife Kay, and used to transport the Dodgers from 1962-70.

*O'Malley's Executive Box, Seat No. 1 ticket to Opening Day of Dodger Stadium on April 10, 1962, which is inscribed to his wife Kay.

*Four autographed Sandy Koufax baseballs - one from each of his Dodger no-hitters, including his perfect game on September 9, 1965 - personalized to O'Malley.

*The "Spoon Man" Award presented to O'Malley, honoring him as the outstanding overall student of the 1926 class at the University of Pennsylvania.

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