Boston Red Sox 1918 World Series Champions Premium Poster Print - Photofile Inc.

Boston Red Sox 1918 World Series Champions Premium Poster Print - Photofile Inc.

  • USD $59.95
Publisher: Photofile Inc., released December 2004
Size: 20" x 24"
Condition: Brand New.

Item #: PF-L140

With the Curse of the Bambino finally exorcized, it's time to truly celebrate the greatness of the golden era Red Sox! In the seven seasons from 1912 to 1918, the Boston Red Sox reigned supreme in Major League Baseball, finishing second in the American League twice, winning the A.L. Pennant four times, and defeating the National League challenger in the World Series in all four Pennant-winning seasons (New York Giants 1912, Philadelphia Phillies 1915, Brooklyn Robins 1916, and Chicago Cubs 1918).

This amazing, rare poster commemorates the final season of that glorious era, a dynasty brought to an end when the multi-talented superstar starting pitcher/outfielder Babe Ruth was sold to the New York Yankees. With an amazingly clear vintage team photograph, the official Red Sox 1918 World Series crest, and a sharp golden title across the top, this piece of baseball history belongs on the wall of every serious Red Sox fan! From the archives of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, this is yet another black-and-white classic from the early days of the Major Leagues, and a great celebration of a golden era for the Red Sox. Published in poster size exclusively for on high-quality photographic paper stock, and complete with official MLB Properties serialized hologram, this is a stunning addition to your sports wall-of-fame, and a rare find that will become a great collector's item for years to come!

Top Row, L to R: Dr. Martin Pike Lawler (trainer), Lawrence "Hack" Miller, Sam Jones, Fred Thomas, Babe Ruth, Harry Hooper, Carl Mays, Dave Shean, Walt Kinney, Amos Strunk, John "Stuffy" McInnis, Ed Barrow (Manager).
Bottom Row, L to R: Everett Scott, Jean Dubuc, Joe Bush, George "Lucky" Whiteman, Wally Shang, Wally Mayer, Heinie Wagner, Sam "Slam" Agnew, Jack Coffey.

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