Lou Gehrig Credit: The New York Times Photo Archives (1936)
Pictured here in spring training in 1932, the steadfast first baseman for the New York Yankees would hit .349 and belt 34 home runs, including a record four in one game, that season.
DEREK JETER-RAWLINGS OFFICIAL WORLD SERIES BASEBALL AUTOGRAPHED-
RAWLINGS OFFICIAL WORLD SERIES OFFICIAL BASEBALL AUTOGRAPHED
AUTHENTICATED: STEINER HOLOGRAM – AUTOGRAPHED
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Photofile PFSAAEJ03201 Tom Seaver – Ball in hand Sports Photo – 8 x 10
SEAVER PITCHED FOR THE NY METS FOR 12 SEASONS AND WON 198 GAMES WITH AN ERA OF 2.57! THE METS DID THE UNTHINKABLE WHEN THEY TRADED TOM SEAVER ON JUNE 15,1977 OVER A SALARY DISPUTE WITH BOARD CHAIRMAN M. DONALD GRANT.
“What were they thinking?’’ former teammate Bud Harrelson asked?
MANTLE, MAYS & SNIDER (NY OUTFIELDERS) – 27″ X 21″ FRAMED CANVAS PRINT
AUTHENTICATED: JSA LOA – AUTOGRAPHED BY MANTLE, MAYS & SNIDER (NY OUTFIELDERS) – 27″ X 21″ FRAMED CANVAS PRINT
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Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima and the the New York Mets-
The Magazine Debuted October 1969 right after The Mets won the 69 World Series.
Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima and the the New York Mets-two miracles worth remembering!
LEWS REVENGE-SPORTS ILLUSTRATED COVER
Lew Alcindor played for the UCLA Bruins from 1966 to 1969 under coach John Wooden. The team had a record of 88 wins and only two losses, played on three NCAA Basketball champion teams (1967, 1968, 1969).Lets remember Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was born in New York City in 1947.
THE KNICKS WITH PHIL JACKSON ON THE COURT.
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Willie Mays’ over-the-shoulder catch in 1954 World Series —
DATE / Sep 29, 1954
LOCATION / Polo Grounds | New York, NY
Cleveland’s Vic Wertz hit a 425-foot shot to center field, and Willie Mays sprinted towards the wall to track it down. Mays caught it over his shoulder, turned and gunned it back towards the infield, saving the runs.