Baseball

  • 1912 N.Y. vs. Boston

    The first official regular season game at Fenway Park occurred on April 20, 1912 and, fittingly, the game matched the Red Sox against the New York Yankees (known as the Highlanders at the time). This rare and significant panoramic print captures the members of the Boston Red Sox and New York Highlanders as they pose together prior to that historic opener.

    Part Number: SA-816

    Size: 17 x 44

  • 1928 New York Yankees

    The New York Yankees' 1928 season was their 26th season. The team finished with a record of 101-53, winning their sixth pennant, finishing 2.5 games ahead of the Philadelphia Athletics. The 1928 Yankees set a major league record by having nine players on the team who would eventually be elected to the Hall of Fame: Earle Combs, Lou Gehrig, Tony Lazzeri, Babe Ruth, Bill Dickey, Leo Durocher, Waite Hoyt, Herb Pennock, and Stan Coveleski. Manager Miller Huggins and team president Ed Barrow were also inducted.

    Part Number: SA-670

    Size: 16x40

  • A Kid's Dream Engraved Signatures

    These images highlight the love Ruth, Gehrig and DiMaggio had for the children of New York. To compliment this piece we have included a replica signature of these baseball legends.

    Part Number: SA-515

    Size: 21 x 34

  • Babe & Ted with Cigar

    THIS GREAT VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH IS FROM THE LIBRARY OF BOSTON AND SHOWCASES ONE OF BASEBALLS MOST PRECIOUS MOMENTS. BABE IS HANDING TED A SIGNED BALL WHICH WILLIAMS WOULD LATER REFER TO AS HIS MOST PRIZED POSESSION. THIS IMAGE IS VERY RARE AND IS TRULY A MUST HAVE FOR ANY COLLECTOR.

    Part Number: SA-238

  • Babe on Opening Day

    This vintage photograph captured "The Babe" leading the team on the field at Yankee Stadium for the very first time.

    Part Number: SA-572

    Size: 20 x 25

  • Babe Playing Golf

    THIS GREAT PIECE HIGHLIGHTS BABE RUTH AS HE CHIPS FROM THE ROUGH DURING THE CHARITY GOLF WATCH EVENT AT COMMONWEALTH COUNTRY CLUB IN NEWTON MAINE. JUNE 26, 1942.

    Part Number: SA-217

    Size: 24x28

  • Babe's 60th Home Run

    BABE RUTH'S GLORIOUS SEASON, IN ADDITION TO HIS 60 HOME RUNS, INCLUDED A LEAGUE LEADING 158 RUNS SCORED, 164 RUNS BATTED IN, AND A.356 BATTING AVERAGE. ANY BASEBALL FAN WOULD LOVE TO ADD THIS PIECE OF BASEBALL MEMORIALBILIA TO THERE COLLECTION.

    Part Number: SA-66

    Size: 24x28

  • Babes Legacy

    "Babe" Ruth and nicknamed "the Bambino" and "the Sultan of Swat", was an American Major League baseball player from 19141935. Ruth originally broke into the major leagues with the Boston Red Sox as a starting pitcher, but after he was sold to the New York Yankees in 1919, he converted to a full-time right fielder and subsequently became one of the league's most prolific hitters.

    Part Number: SA-725

    Size: 24 x 36

  • Baseball Stadium History Illustration

    Illustration showing the layout of the stadium and images of famous players. This piece highlights player and team interesting facts. Atlanta Stadium, Ebbets Field & Yankee Stadium are available.

    Part Number: SA-973

    Size: 21 x 27

  • Baseball's All Time Greats

    This unique panoramic collage is a tribute to Baseballs All Time Greats and includes Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Willie Mays, Jackie Robinson, Ted Williams, Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, Roger Clemons & Hank Aaron to name a few. Never before have you seen a collection of Baseball Legends like this.

    Part Number: SA-823

    Size: 22 x 44

  • Braves All Time Greats

    Atlanta Braves All Time Greats include Hank Aaron, John Smoltz, Chipper Jones & Greg Maddux.

    Part Number: SA-840

    Size: 24 x 36

  • Braves Cy Young Winners

    Atlanta Braves Players that received the Cy Young Award are featured in this new piece. John Smoltz, Tom Glavine & Greg Maddux.

    Part Number: SA-964

    Size: 19 x 35

  • Braves Legends

    Hank Aaron spent 21 seasons with the Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves in the National League (NL) before playing for the Milwaukee Brewers of the American League (AL) for the final two years of his career. Aaron is considered to be one of the greatest baseball players of all time. Phil Niekro, nicknamed

    Part Number: SA-879

    Size: 20 x 34

  • Chipper Jones Collage

    Part Number: SA-896

  • Chipper Jones Print

    Part Number: SA-877

    Size: 24 x 28

  • Cubs Championship Premier

    After 108 years of waiting, the Cubs won the 2016 World Series with a wild 8-7, 10-inning Game 7 victory over the Indians on Wednesday night at Progressive Field. The triumph completed their climb back from a 3-1 Series deficit to claim their first championship since 1908. A roller-coaster of emotions spilled out in a game that lasted almost five hours, featuring some wacky plays, a blown four-run lead, a 17-minute rain delay and some 10th inning heroics that sealed the deal. It was real, and it was spectacular.

    Part Number: SA-1026

    Size: 28 x 42

  • Cubs Championship Strip

    After 108 years of waiting, the Cubs won the 2016 World Series with a wild 8-7, 10-inning Game 7 victory over the Indians on Wednesday night at Progressive Field. The triumph completed their climb back from a 3-1 Series deficit to claim their first championship since 1908.

    Part Number: SA-1025

    Size: 18 x 39

  • George Herman Ruth

    The Babe hit a home run every 8.5 times at bat. He also won twice as many games as he lost as a Pitcher. His lifetime average of.342 and slugging average of.690 is among the highest in baseball history.

    Part Number: SA-549

    Size: 29 x 25

  • House That Ruth Built

    THIS UNIQUE PIECE FEATURES TWO EXTREMELY RARE PHOTOGRAPHS; OPENING DAY ON APRIL 18, 1923 IS HIGHLIGHTED BY THE FRONT OF YANKEE STADIUM AS THE CARS FILE INTO THE PARKING LOT AND AN INCREDIBLE PHOTO OF BABE RUTH LEADING THE TEAM ONTO THE FIELD FOR THE 1ST TIME.

    Part Number: SA-259

    Size: 36 X 19

  • Legend of the Curse

    This rare piece showcases two vintage photographs of The Babe in uniform while playing for The Red Sox and Yankees. We have included a copy of the contract which Ruth signed as he was traded to New York. This is said to Curse the Sox as they could never win a pennant after this trade until recently.

    Part Number: SA-237

    Size: 24 x 30

  • Lou & Babe Engraved Signatures

    THIS GREAT PHOTOGRAPH WON THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "TOP PHOTO" AWARD. IT SOON BECAME WHAT LOU WOULD REFER TO AS "MY FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPH." THIS HAS BECOME ONE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT IMAGES TO GET LICENSED APPROVAL TO DISPLAY AND WOULD MAKE A FANTASTIC ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION.

    Part Number: SA-516

    Size: 23x27

  • Lou's Emotional Farewell

    THIS RARE & HISTORIC BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPH WAS CAPTURED AS LOU SAYS HIS LAST GOOD-BY TO HIS LOYAL FANS IN YANKEE STADIUM. AS HE LEARNED OF HIS TERMINAL ILLNESS, HE LET HIS LOYAL FANS KNOW THAT HE CONSIDERED HIMSELF THE LUCKIEST MAN ON THE FACE OF THE EARTHJULY 4, 1939

    Part Number: SA-171

    Size: 38 X 32

  • Mantle & Aaron

    Mickey Mantle played his entire 18-year Major League Baseball career for the New York Yankees as an outfielder and first baseman. He won 3 American League MVP titles and played in 16 All-Star games. Mantle appeared in 12 World Series, winning 7 of them. Exhibiting an understated style that became his trademark, Hank Aaron became the all-time home-run champion via one of the most consistent offensive careers in baseball history, with 3,771 hits.

    Part Number: SA-804

    Size: 20 x 24

  • Signed Bobby Cox Farewell

    After the last out of the ninth inning at Atlanta's Turner Field, fans stood and cheered even though their team had just been eliminated. After chants of

    Part Number: SA-753A

    Size: 31 x 38

  • Ted & Joe 1941

    In The summer of 1941, 22 year olf Ted Williams and 26 year old Joe DiMaggio put together seasons that will last for as long as there are plaques in Cooperstown and new generations to marvel at their deeds.

    Part Number: SA-660

    Size: 23x27

  • Ted and Babe with Pins

    Babe Ruth and Ted Williams, two of the greatest hitters meet for the first time,July 12, 1943, Annual Mayors Field Day, Fenway Park, Boston, MA. This piece features engraved replica signatures of both players as well as official MLB stadium pins of The Boston Red Sox and The New York Yankees.

    Part Number: SA-608

    Size: 24x32

  • Ted's First & Last At Bat

    THIS UNIQUE PIECE FEATURES TO EXTREMELY RARE PHOTOS OF TED WILLIAMS' 1ST AT BAT AS A PROFESSIONAL IN WHICH HE HIT A GRAND SLAM ALONG WITH HIS LAST AT BAT IN WHICH HE HIT A HOME RUN. THIS COLLECTABLE IS A TREASURE FOR THE BOSTON RED SOX FAITHFUL.

    Part Number: SA-218

  • The Bronx Bombers

    Term "Bronx Bombers" became popular in 1936 shortly after Joe Louis'(who had nickname Brown Bomber) fight against Max Schmelling at Yankee Stadium in June 1936.Nickname "Bronx Bombers" was coined by Daniel M. Daniels, a writer for "New York World-Telegram" in July 1936.

    Part Number: SA-981

    Size: 21 x 35

  • Williams & DiMaggio Engraved Signatures

    THIS PIECE FEATURES A LARGE BLACK & WHITE photograph OF TED WILLIAMS & Joe DiMaggio, two of baseballs most celebrated players.

    Part Number: SA-577

    Size: 30 x 34

  • Yankee All Time Greats

    Yankee all time greats includes Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio & Derek Jeter.

    Part Number: SA-968

    Size: 24 x 28

  • Yankee Legends Farewell

    This piece shows three Yankee Legends bidding Farewell. Lou Gehrig 1939, Babe Ruth 1947 and Joe DiMaggio 1951.

    Part Number: SA-781

    Size: 18 x 41

  • Yankee Stadium Premier

    THIS WONDERFUL COLLECTABLE FEATURES RARE IMAGES OF THE 1923 OPENING DAY AT YANKEE STADIUM. HERE, YOU CAN SEE THE SPECTATORS BEING LET OFF TO WATCH THE 1ST GAME IN WHICH RUTH HIT A HOME RUN TO BEAT THE RED SOX 4-1. YOU CAN ALSO SEE THE BABE AS HE LEADS THE TEAM OUT ONTO THE FIELD. WE HAVE INCLUDED THE MOST RECENT IMAGE OF THE 'LAST OPENING DAY' FOR 'THE HOUSE RUTH BUILT'' ALONG WITH A COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS THROUGH THE 85 YEAR HISTORY OF THIS LANDMARK.

    Part Number: SA-404

    Size: 29 x 44

  • Young Babe Pitching

    A youthful Babe Ruth pitching for the 1918 Boston Red Sox, one year before he was traded to the NY Yankees.

    Part Number: SA-680

    Size: 21x22