Former Brooklyn Dodger pitcher Ed Roebuck died on June 14th at the age of 86. Roebuck for the Dodgers from 1955 to 1963. In the 1955 World Series- the first ever Dodger World Championship team- Roebuck pitched in one game- game 6 and pitched two scoreless innings. During his career he had a record of 52-31 with a 3.35 ERA. There are now only five members of that first Dodger- and only Brooklyn Dodger World Series winners- and all are well known names- Sandy Koufax Carl Erskine, Don Newcombe, Tommy Lasorda and Roger Craig.