Houston Astros World Series 2005 Panoramic Poster Print (w/19 Facs. Signatures) - Everlasting

Houston Astros World Series 2005 Panoramic Poster Print (w/19 Facs. Signatures) - Everlasting

  • USD $49.95
Publisher: Everlasting Images Inc., released December 2005
Size: 13½" x 39" Panorama
Condition: Brand-New! Printed on high-quality photographic paper stock.

Item #: EI131-SIG

World Series 2005
October 25, 2005 - A Panoramic View in Houston Texas
First Game in Texas History - The Rob Arra Collection

It was an amazing night in Astros history - the World Series had finally come to town! After NLCS MVP Roy Oswalt helped break the curse and push Houston past the St. Louis Cardinals to earn Houston's first National League pennant, it was time to take on the American League Champion Chicago White Sox. We all know how it ended...but wow, was it a party! This spectacular panoramic poster celebrates the anticipation and excitement of the first World Series game night in Texas history. Featuring the pre-game ceremonies, you are placed a few rows above the Astros dugout as the team was being introduced to the adoring crowd. With #5 hitter Jason Lane giving high fives to the previously-introduced stars Craig Biggio, Willy Taveras, Lance Berkman, Morgan Ensberg, and Mike Lamb...SNAP! The moment is preserved for all-time, and is now available for your wall!

With this spectacular panoramic poster, you get not only beautiful Minute Maid Park, but authentic facsimilie autographs of 19 players from the Astros World Series roster! Printed throughout the white border are signatures of: Ezequiel Astaco, Brandon Backe, Roy Oswalt, Andy Pettitte, Ensberg, Wandy Rodriguez, Dan Wheeler, Jeff Bagwell, Eric Bruntlett, Chris Burke, Adam Everett, Lamb, Mike Gallo, Brad Lidge, Taveras, Luke Scott, Lane, and Raul Chavez. Like all prints in photographer Rob Arra's Everlasting Images series, every single detail is in perfect focus, and the Astros home field has never looked so good! From Tal's Hill in center, to the massive scoreboard and ads in right, to the train perched above the Crawford Boxes in left, to the retired numbers above the third base stands, to the 42,000 fans on the edges of their seats under the open Texas sky, it's all here! Worthy of a nice frame and a prominent place on the wall of any true Astros fan, this limited-edition title is likely to sell out quickly. Grab yours now while you can!

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