Yankees pitcher Don Larsen hugs Yogi Berra after tossing the first perfect game in world series history as the New York Yankees defeated the Brooklyn Dodgers 2-0 on October 8, 1956.
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On 12/4/15 the adult league all star game was played in Davis.
The coach gives the team one final pep talk before the game begins. He reminds them that this is what they worked so hard to get the recognition they deserved. The team breaks and takes the field as the game begins.
Starting pitcher Matthew Dunbar takes the mound for the first inning of what would end up being a complete game shutout. He gets himself ready for the first batter as he steps in and walks right out in 3 pitches.
Later, during a 0-0 tie in the 4th inning, Matthew Dunbar awaits an at bat with runners on 2nd and 3rd. He tips his helmet to the camera as he steps into the box before he hits a go ahead triple and the AL all stars take a 2-0 lead. That they will keep.
After the game, the winning all stars take a celebratory picture. The game finished with a final score of 7-0 behind Dunbar’s strong pitching and a 3 run home run by Cody Johnson with Dunbar taking home MVP honors.
Neil Leifer is a sports photographer. He has shot many of the greatest sports pictures in history. His style varies between sports, but he usually tries to get either an aerial or ground-up shot. He also used black and white for most of his pictures unless he really wanted to show the contrast of the picture. His most famous shots are those of which he took of Muhammad Ali.