Pete Rose "The Record" (1985) Cincinnati Reds Premium Poster Print - Photofile Inc.

Pete Rose "The Record" (1985) Cincinnati Reds Premium Poster Print - Photofile Inc.

  • USD $44.95
Publisher: Photofile Inc.
Size: 20" x 24"
Condition: Brand New! Printed on premium-quality matte photographic stock.

Item #: PF-L427


Bring your wall alive with one of the most famous moments in baseball history! Take a step back in time to September 11, 1985, when 44-year-old Pete Rose was still a solid contributor to Manager Pete Rose's Reds, and his march towards Major League Baseball's all-time hits record was reaching its ultimate moment. After taking a 2-1 curveball from San Diego Padres pitcher Eric Show into left field for the base hit a nation had been waiting for, passing Ty Cobb with hit #4192, he stood on first base, at the top of the mountain. As he takes off his helmet, points to heaven, and basks in the glow with his usual wry smile...SNAP! The moment is preserved for all-time, and is now available for your wall. Printed on high-quality matte stock from the original photographic source exclusively for SportsPosterWarehouse.com, and complete with serialized MLB Properties hologram for authenticity, this print will bring back memories of old-school Reds greatness with every glance! Both a beautiful work of photographic sports art, and a rare collector's item for any true fan, this is a must for your home, office, clubhouse or museum!

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