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Largest MLB crowd honored Campanella

Updated: September 17, 2001, 3:02 PM ET
By Nick Acocella | Special to ESPN.com

Signature Game May 7, 1959 - Arguably the most important game associated with Roy Campanella was one in which he didn't even play. It was an exhibition game in Los Angeles, where Campanella never even suited up for the California version of the Dodgers.

A little more than 15 months after he was paralyzed in a car accident, the Dodgers gave Campy a "night" at the Los Angeles Coliseum. Never did so many come to honor one man in baseball. A paying crowd of 93,103, largest in the history of ...

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