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"Ten/Three/Fifty-One" New York Giants Print


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It's October 3, 1951, and that's New York Giants righthander Sal (The Barber) Maglie firing the first pitch in one of the most exciting games ever played. The Giants vs. the Brooklyn Dodgers in the third and final game of the National League playoff at the Polo Grounds. Nine innings later, Bobby Thomson's legendary "shot heard 'round the world" rocked the Big Apple and propelled the Giants into the World Series. Carl Furillo, the Dodgers' leadoff hitter is at bat, Wes Westrum is the catcher, Whitey Lockman is at first base, Eddie Stanky is at second, Alvin Dark is at short, Thomson is at third, Monte Irvin is in left and rookie Willie Mays is in center. Don Mueller (not visible) is in right.

Measuring 15 3/4" tall x 36" wide, this lithograph, officially titled Ten/Three/Fifty-One, is limited in edition to 600 prints. Each is numbered and signed by the artist, Bill Purdom, from whose original painting the fine art print has been exactingly reproduced onto acid-free paper, which is noted for its long-term archival abilities.

  • Model: TTF
  • 100 Units in Stock

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 06 May, 2012.