In 1918 the Red Sox traded star pitcher Babe Ruth to the Yankees for a paltry $25,000 concession - truly the 'Deal of the Century'. This transaction is remembered with a framed replica contract and vintage photo of Ruth framed with collector pins, plate and upgraded frame. Size: 26" x 22"
Pete Rose, nicknamed "Charlie Hustle" is the most prolific hitter to ever play the game of baseball, amassing 4,256 career hits. Commemorate Rose's fantastic baseball career with this frame from SA. A brilliant 16" x 20" action photo of Rose sliding headlong into 3rd, hand-signed and inscribed with "4,256", matted in Cincinnati Reds colours and framed with team pins & stats nameplate. Size: 26" x 30"
Pete Rose takes his first steps onto a Major League baseball field with the Cincinnati Reds.Beautifully framed and matted with Reds and MLB pins, along with a detailed inscription plate, this is truly a collector's piece for any fan. Size: 26" x 30"
In the fall of 2009 the NY Yankees won their 27th World Series, an all-time mark in major sports. This rich history is commemorated with a replica ticket from each of the 27 Series winning games, framed along with a 27 win crest and team pins. Size: 28" x 22"
Mickey Mantle is a Yankee legend and one of the best players to ever play the game of baseball. His career with the Bronx Bombers is commemorated with this frame, matted with Yankee pinstripes, team pins and nameplate. Size: 24" x 22"
* REPLICA TICKET FROM HIS LAST GAME IN A YANKEE UNIFORM * OFFICIAL MARIANO RIVERA RETIREMENT EMBROIDERED EMBLEM * AUTHENTIC HAND SIGNED PSA/DNA SLABBED TRADING CARD WITH MARIANO'S AUTHENTIC SIGNATURE * LASER CUT 3 D LETTERING * KHAKI LINEN MATTING WITH BLACK ROPE FRAME OVERALL SIZE : 26 X 30
On July 4, 1939 the Iron Horse, Lou Gehrig, was forced into retirement by his terminal illness. During an emotional ceremony he delivered his 'Luckiest man on the face of the earth' speech. This moment is remembered by a vintage Cooperstown photo, special plate outling the speech, Yankee pins and stats plate. Size: 20" x 24"
The first time a 'Perfect Game' was ever pitched in World Series history was by Don Larsen of the Yankees. Size: 20" x 24"