Fenway Park "A Day To Remember" Panoramic Poster Print (April 11, 2005) - Everlasting Images

Fenway Park "A Day To Remember" Panoramic Poster Print (April 11, 2005) - Everlasting Images

  • USD $44.95
Publisher: Everlasting Images Inc., released April 2005
Size: 13½" x 39" Panorama
Condition: Brand-New! Printed on high-quality photographic paper stock.

Item #: EI166

A Day To Remember

A Panoramic View at the World Series Ring Ceremony - April 11, 2005
Fenway Park - Boston, Massachusetts - The Rob Arra Collection"

Was it all just a dream? Or was it real? After a winter-long euphoric haze, Red Sox Nation was about to find out. Yes, it was real! The Boston Red Sox did indeed beat the hated Yankees in the ALCS, did indeed sweep the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series, did indeed become champions of baseball for the first time in 86 years, and now did indeed receive World Series rings in front of the Yankees on Opening Day! It was certainly real, and it was also a dream, and every fan at Fenway shed tears of joy to wipe away a lifetime of pain.

With picture-perfect clarity on a picture-perfect spring afternoon, this spectacular poster takes you back to that emotional time at Fenway, just moments after the giant banner was unfurled across the Green Monster and the rings were presented. Shot from midway up the first base grandstand, you get a perfect view of the lineup during the pre-game player introductions. Along with the opening-day starters (Johnny Damon, Trot Nixon, Manny Ramirez, David Ortiz, Kevin Millar, Edgar Renteria, Bill Mueller, Doug Mirabelli, and Mark Bellhorn) and the rest of the roster, you can see the aisle of legends that joined in on the festivities (including Johnny Pesky, Carl Yastrzemski, Rico Petrocelli, Fred Lynn, Jim Rice, Dwight Evans, Bruce Hurst, Luis Tiant, Jim Lonborg, Bobby Doerr and Dom DiMaggio). With the military procession along the left field warning track, the color guard in the outfield, the Masters of Ceremony behind the plate (Joe Castiglione and Don Orsillo), and the Fenway Faithful who spent up to $3,000 a seat to be there, it's all here, preserved for your wall, to commemorate the memories of a lifetime! After a lifetime of suffering, the wait is over - let the celebration continue! A must-have piece of history for the wall of any fan, perfect for a nice frame and a prominent place on the wall of home or office.

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