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Photograph was edited for publication purposes. Photograph caption dated April 29, 1964 reads, "Don Zimmer, peppery Washington Senator outfielder, safely touches first base after a headlong slide during the first inning of Monday's Angel game at Chavez Ravine. In the picture at right, Zimmer, who advanced on Don Blasingame's single, is already safe, touching the bag, while Angel pitcher Ken McBride (37) backs up third baseman Billy Moran (hidden by McBride). In the second photo, McBride cocks his arm too late to nail Blasingame at first, while Zimmer rests comfortably on third. No. 42 is Washington coach Ed Yost, and the umpire is Cal Drummond." See image 00159201 for additional photo in this series.
Zimmer, Don McBride, Ken Moran, William Nelson Los Angeles Angels (Baseball team) Washington Senators (Baseball team : 1961-1971) Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles, Calif.) Baseball teams Baseball players Baseball fields Baseball umpires Coaches (Athletics) Baseball Spectators Fans (Persons) Grandstands Men Los Angeles (Calif.) Chavez Ravine (Los Angeles, Calif.) Portrait photographs Group portraits