The 1957 World Series was won by the National League's Milwaukee Braves over the AL's New York Yankees 4 games to 3. The Braves were led by Hank Aaron, Eddie Mathews and pitchers Warren Spahn and Lew Burdette who won three games in the series. However, during the season the Braves acquired 2b Red Schoendiest from the New York Giants in a trade that many feel solidified the team and help carry them to the pennant and the World Championship. In the trade, the Braves sent 2b Danny O'Connell, OF Bobby Thomson and Pitcher Jim Crone to the Giants to get the veteran Schoendiest.
The Milwaukee Braves defeated the NY Yankees 4 games to 3. Lew Burdette was the Series MVP. He won all 3 of his starts, 2 by shutouts
The New York Yankees won their first of five consecutive world championships under manager Casey Stengel by beating the Brooklyn Dodgers in five games.
The Braves have won three World Series in franchise history ... 1914, 1957, and 1995.
The Milwaukee Braves beat the New York Yankees 4 games to 3 to win the 1957 World Series.
The Atlanta Braves franchise have won 3 World Series titles in 9 World Series appearances. Once as the Boston Brave (1914), once as the Milwaukee Braves (1957), and once in Atlanta (1995)
1957 World Series - 1957 was released on: USA: 2 October 1957
The Milwaukee Braves won the 1957, defeating the New York Yankees four games to three.
Buck Baker won the Nascar Grand National Series championship in 1957.
The Monterrey Mexico team.
The Milwaukee Braves beat the New York Yankees 4 games to 3 to win the 1957 World Series. In 1958 they again won the National League pennant but lost the World Series to the Yankees 4 games to 3.
1957 World Series - 1957 Game 3 was released on: USA: 5 October 1957
1957 World Series - 1957 Game 2 was released on: USA: 3 October 1957
1957 World Series - 1957 Game 4 was released on: USA: 6 October 1957