Game 3 – 1944 Service World Series, Schofield Barracks

(Chevrons and Diamonds Collection)

The series shifted from Hickam Field to another Army installation, Schofield Barracks, and the Army club maintained home field advantage. Down two games to none, Winsett was hopeful that his team would rebound and stiffen up against the Navy after their 8-2 pounding in Game 2.

The Army club managed to keep this game close though they fell victim to solid Navy pitching and lost, 4-3 and fell behind 3-0 in the best of seven series.

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Navy All-Stars:

#PlayerPositionFormer Team
12Jim AdairPMidland Cowboys
26Arne R. AndersonPWashington Senators
10Norman E. AtkinsonCSemi-Pro
9John BerryRFUniversity of Oregon
4Tom B. BishopSSSemi-Pro
17Al Brancato3BPhiladelphia Athletics
16Jim CarlinLFPhiladelphia Phillies
27Hugh CaseyPBrooklyn Dodgers
28Bill DickeyMgr.New York Yankees
15George “Skeets” DickeyCChicago White Sox
11Dominick DiMaggioCFBoston Red Sox
31Gordon EvansLFCharleston Senators
 Hank FeimsterPBoston Red Sox
18Marv FeldermanCChicago Cubs
31Tom FerrickPCleveland Indians
28Joe GraceRFSt. Louis Browns
29Jack HalletPPittsburgh Pirates
24Robert A. HarrisPPhiladelphia Athletics
20John Hubert Jeandron2BPort Arthur Tarpons
23A. Rankin JohnsonPPhiladelphia Athletics
6David LeiboldBat Boy 
5John Lucadello2BSt. Louis Browns
26Walter E. MastersonPWashington Senators
3Barney McCoskyCFDetroit Tigers
32Johnny Mize1BSt. Louis Cardinals
13Mo Mozzali CFLouisville, KY
30Vern OlsenPChicago Cubs
21Sal Recca3BNorfolk Tars
34Pee Wee ReeseSSBrooklyn Dodgers
2Phil RizzutoSSNew York Yankees
26Lynn “Schoolboy” RowePDetroit Tigers
30Wes SchulmerichAsst. Mgr.Boston Red Sox
14Ken “Ziggy” SearsCNew York Yankees
19Oscar M. SessionsPNavy
29Eddie Shokes1BCincinnati Reds
1Vince SmithCPittsburgh Pirates
22Virgil TrucksPDetroit Tigers
27Johnny Vander MeerPCincinnati Reds
For the 1944 Servicemen’s World Series, the Navy All-Stars seemed to hold the advantage.
(Chevrons and Diamonds Collection)

Measuring 4-3/4 x 7-inches, this card is the smallest of the Servicemen’s World Series cards though it is one of the nicest due to the cardstock and professional printing. Our copy is the first one we have seen since Chevrons and Diamonds was founded and we know of one other piece. Condition of this piece is fair-good with dog-eared corners, creasing and nominal edge wear. Making this piece quite special is that it is the only one in the seven game series of cards in our collection that is scored.

Army All-Stars:

#PlayerPositionFormer Team
13Rugger ArdozoiaPKansas City Blues
10James AshworthCHelena
16Johnny BeazleyPSt. Louis Cardinals
30Joe ClarkeCoachSemi-Pro
17Bill DeCarloCMinneapolis (AA)
27Carl DeRosePAmsterdam
1Bob Dillinger3BToledo Mud Hens
4Joe DiMaggioCFNew York Yankees
11Hank EdwardsCCleveland Indians
19Eddie “Ace” ErauttPHollywood Stars
7Ferris Fain1BSan Francisco Seals
18Eddie FunkPFederalsburg, MD
15Sid GautreauxCBrooklyn Dodgers
6Joe GordonSSNew York Yankees
28Hal HairstonPHomestead Grays
3Walter JudnichRFSt. Louis Browns
22Kearney KohlmeyerSSTyler
12Don LangLFIndianapolis Indians
9Wilfred LeonardCOakland Oaks
25Al LienPSan Francisco Seals
2Dario Lodigiani2BChicago White Sox
5Mike McCormickLFCincinnati Reds
23Dick MolbergPSemi-Pro
24Bill SchmidtPSacramento Solons
21Don SchmidtPSemi-Pro
29J. SchumbresCoach 
8Charley SilveraCKansas City Blues
20Tom WinsettMgr.Brooklyn Dodgers
The 1944 Army All-Stars for the Servicemen’s World Series. Joe DiMaggio did not play in any of the Series games having been sent to the states before the first game.

Note: This scorecard was acquired October 2022.

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