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Don Larsen Autographed “World Series Perfection” 8x10 Photograph Display


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    ONLY TWO REMAINING IN STOCK! New York Yankee battery mates Don Larsen and Yogi Berra were immortalized by their 1956 World Series perfect game. In Game Five of the Yankees' Series against the Dodgers on October 8, 1956, Larsen set down 27 Dodgers in a row, outdueling Sal Maglie and winning 2-0 for the only no-hitter...and of course perfect game...in World Series history. The last batter Larsen faced was Dale Mitchell, who was declared out by umpire Babe Pinelli on a called third strike. Mitchell and others, including Mickey Mantle in centerfield, thought the ball a bit outside, but mayhem erupted and catcher Yogi Berra jumped into Larsen's arms before Mitchell could argue. One of the great moments in baseball history, it is captured beautifully in this Sports Gallery Exclusive Display that includes an 8x10 photo of Yogi & Don's famous "hug" hand-signed by Don. SG Quality Framed w/ a full "World Series Perfection" plate that includes Yankees logo (OR YOU CAN CREATE YOUR OWN PLATE!), this beauty is not only a great gift for any baseball fan but a great investment in a timeless sports collectible. Please note that most photos from this period, and particularly of this famous moment, have the vintage blurred look of bygone days of sports photography.  All of which adds to the classic feel of this great piece of Sports Art and make this a stunning piece that is sure to get a big reaction.