What was the starting lineup for the 1957 Brooklyn Dodgers?

The 1957 Brooklyn Dodgers, managed by Walter Alston:

1B – Gil Hodges
2B – Jim Gilliam
SS – Charlie Neal
3B – Pee Wee Reese
LF – Gino Cimoli
CF – Duke Snider
RF – Carl Furillo
C – Roy Campanella
UT – Randy Jackson

Their rotation consisted of:
SP – Don Drysdale
SP – Don Newcombe
SP – Johnny Podres
SP – Danny McDevitt
SP – Roger Craig

The batting order fluctuated quite often. Gilliam virtually always led off, and Snider was the permanent third hitter. The rest of the lineup was subject to constant change. Cimoli had a big offensive season, batting .293, and batted second quite often as a result. Campanella, worn down from so many years of catching, was no longer the offensive force he had once been, and as a result, batted eighth the majority of the time. Hodges alternated between the fourth and fifth holes.