On June 13 1957, At Ebbets Field, In a game that features the ejection of Johnny Logan and Don Drysdale as a result of the fighting, Clem Labine loses for the first time in ten months and 38 appearances in relief as the Milwaukee Braves defeat the Brooklyn Dodgers, 8 – 5. Logan charges the mound after getting drilled in the ribs by Drysdale resulting in banishment for both players.

The day belonged to Carl Sawatski, the Braves catcher homered twice, had 3 hits and 4 RBI’s, including a 3 run homerun to but Milwaukee up in the top of the 8th off Labine. Sawatski also throws out Pee Wee Reese trying to steal.

Bill Burton the Braves leadoff hitter also drove in 3 of the remaining 4 for the Braves.

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