Derek Jeter 11″x14″ Print from Original Drawing #d to 300 New York Yankees
“Prints are now available for purchase for my latest pencil drawing of Former New York Yankees Star Derek Jeter. The Prints are numbered to 300 and I will hand sign and number each one.”
Mickey Mantle Pencil Drawing Print 11″x14″ Numbered to 300
“Prints are now available for purchase of my recent pencil drawing of Mickey Mantle. They are limited to 300 prints and are hand signed and numbered by me. “
Babe Ruth 11″x14″ Print of Pencil Drawing Yankees Numbered to 300
Prints are now available for purchase of my recent pencil drawing of Former New York Yankees Legend Babe Ruth. Prints are 11”x14” in size and are hand signed and numbered to 300
Don Mattingly 11″x14″ Pencil Drawing Print New York Yankees Numbered to 300
Prints are now available for purchase of my recent pencil drawing of Don Mattingly. Prints are $40 each, 11”x14” size and they are numbered to 300 prints total.
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.