On August 24, 1957 — The Brooklyn Dodgers, in a 13-3 loss to Milwaukee at Ebbets Field, use eight pitchers in one game, tying a major league record. Johnny Podres gives up three home runs in the fourth frame when Nippy Jones, Hank Aaron, and Andy Pafko all go deep off the Brooklyn starter, Felix Mantilla also homers for the Braves. Mantilla went 3-5 with four RBI’s. Hank Aaron hits the first grand slam of his career

This was the last time the Braves played against the Dodgers at Ebbets Field.

 

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