Brooklyn Dodger Yearbook Cover-1951-Willard Mullen
1951 cover of the Brooklyn Dodger Yearbook. In the illustration, the ‘Bum’ character is pulling off, in love-me-love-me-not fashion, petals from a flower — each labeled 1950, 1949, 1948 and so on — to represent previous season years.
1986 NEW YORK METS ROAD TO THE WORLD SERIES WORD ART
“The Road to the 1986 World Series” is an open edition print by artist Daniel Duffy. Duffy wrote out the date, opponent, W/L and score from every game during the Mets Championship Season. This is the perfect piece for any dedicated New York Mets fan.
– Officially Licensed MLB product
– Made in the USA
– Each print is hand signed by the artist
– Printed on acid free, archival matte paper
Thurman Munson NY Yankees original art portrait 4″ x 6″
DON PEDICINI JR. Thurman Munson NY Yankees original art portrait 4″ x 6″
NEW YORK METS YEARBOOK-1964-SHEA STADIUM-WILLARD MULLEN
To commemorate the newly-built Shea Stadium, Mullin depicts a mischevious Casey Stengel and youthful New York Mets character ready to pull the rug out from an unsuspecting National League. Even when creating illustrations, Mullin shied away from a strictly decorative mindset by offering visual commentary — much in the same way as an editorial cartoonist.
Brooklyn Dodgers Jackie Robinson Majestic Cream/Royal Cooperstown PinsMen’stripe Name & Number T-Shirt-Men’s
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR JACKIE ROBINSON-
broke the baseball color line when the Brooklyn Dodgers started him at first base on April 15, 1947.
Jackie Robinson Brooklyn Dodgers 11.5″ x 11.5″ Home Plate Player Plaque
In 1947, on opening day at Ebbets Field, Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color line, changing a game and a country forever1