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  2014 Hallowed Ground Ballparks Past & Present Baseball Calendar  
Our 2014 Hallowed Ground Ballparks Past and Present 12 month (January '14- December '14) calendar features 12 ballparks and one Still Life. The ballparks include Jacobs Field, Bank One Ballpark, Busch Stadium, Great American Ballpark, Seals Stadium, Yankee Stadium, RFK Stadium, Baltimore Memorial Stadium, Arlington Stadium, Ebbets Field, Fenway Park, Rigley Field, and a Detroit Tiger's Still Life.
  Vintage American League Ballparks - Poster  
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  Vintage National League Ballparks - Poster  
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  Well Armed Braves  
We knew the Braves had a superb young pitching staff in 1991, when Cy Young Award winner Tom Glavine (20-11), Steve Avery (18-8) and John Smoltz (14-13) led Atlanta to the first of two straight World Series appearances. Then Greg Maddux was added to the arsenal.
  Fulton County Classic  
It's October 28, 1995, at Fulton County Stadium in Atlanta, Game 6 of the World Series, and Braves' lefthander Tom Glavine is dominating the Cleveland Indians. The Braves lead the series 3-2 and are looking to erase the frustrations of 1991, '92 and '93 and nail down the World Championship.
  New Comiskey Park  
It's early in the 1991 season, and you're taking in your first game at the new Comiskey Park on the South Side of Chicago. Your seat in the lower deck, slightly up the third base line from home plate, provides a breathtaking, foul pole to foul pole view of the brand new ballyard. Sure, you miss the old Comiskey. But you get the feeling that Shoeless Joe and his buddies didn't mind moving across the street one bit!
  Brave New World  
Less than a year earlier, this facility had taken center stage in the sports world as the track and field venue for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Now, with the northern end of Olympic Stadium and some 35,000 seats gone, it's 49,714-seat Turner Field, the new home of the Atlanta Braves...
  Oakland Coliseum Matinee  
It all began on April 17, 1968, when colorful and controversial owner Charles O Finley's Athletics played their first home game in the Bay Area. Since then, the Oakland Coliseum has provided a stage for nine division champions, six AL pennant winners and four World Champions. Reggie Jackson, Catfish Hunter, Rollie Fingers, Rickey Henderson and Dennis Eckersley are just a few of the outstanding players who have called the Coliseum home.
  Celebrating Cone's Perfection  
Before the New York Yankees and the Montreal Expos took the field on July 18, 1999, it was already a special day at Yankee Stadium. Yankee immortal Yogi Berra, after a long estrangement, was honored for his contributions to baseball and to the Yankees. Don Larsen was in attendance ...
  Spirit in Saint Louis  
It's September 8, 1998, and the mighty McGwire is taking aim for the fences, just seconds away from hitting his historic Number 62 and his first of many steps into baseball immortality...
  Yankees Classic Lineup  
The 2000 New York Yankees won their fourth World Series in five years under Joe Torre, but this time around, it took a veteran team, rising to the occasion, to fly through the post-season with their now accustomed finesse. The team did not play as well as they had in previous seasons, but knew how to win when the money was on the line... please click on image for more info
  Let's Play Two  
It's May 12, 1970, at Wrigley Field in Chicago, and 39-year-old Ernie Banks, Mr. Cub, has just cracked the 500th home run of his magnificent Hall of Fame career. The blast, which lands two rows up in the left field bleachers and caroms back onto the field... please click on image for more info
  Royal Wrigley Threads  
Colorful items from a colorful franchise. True, the Chicago Cubs haven't won a World Championship since 1908. But that doesn't mean they haven't given us plenty to celebrate. Some great players have passed through along the way, and how about Wrigley Field, the Friendly Confines, a regal relic that dates back to 1914! ...
  Dodgers Thirty-Two  
Dodger blue and a red No. 32. The image couldn't be clearer. Sandy Koufax. One of the greatest left-handed pitchers in baseball history ...
  Rebirth in Milwaukee  
It's Friday night, April 6, 2001 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and after a year's delay due to a fatal construction accident, and 47 years after Major League Baseball debuted in old County Stadium, the dawn of a new era in Milwaukee baseball has arrived.
  Polo Grounds, 1954  
It's September 30, 1954, at New York's Polo Grounds, and Dusty Rhodes has just launched a solo, 7th-inning homer off Cleveland's Early Wynn in Game 2 of the World Series. The shot off the right field facade provides the Giants with an insurance run in their 3-1 victory over the Indians ...
  In Another League  
It's July 16, 1941, and that's 26-year-old Joe DiMaggio extending his record hitting streak to an astonishing 56 games with a first-inning single off Indians lefthander Al Milnar at Cleveland's League Park. It is one of three hits in the game ...
  Outside Yankee Stadium  
It's a crisp and breezy April day, 1996, in the South Bronx. With an early-season matinee on tap, the fans lining up for tickets at Yankee Stadium couldn't have known for certain that this season would end with a World Championship for their beloved Bombers. The Big Ballpark looks great. ...
  Rebirth in Pittsburgh  
Three days after inaugurating the new home field in Milwaukee, the Cincinnati Reds found themselves doing the honors again at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. The date is Monday, April 9, the time is 1:35, and as in Milwaukee, Barry Larkin is the first batter for this historic game.
  Rebirth in San Francisco  
More than a few fans have hailed San Fran's new park as the best they've ever seen. The park is as charming and unique as the city that hosts it. Nestled in China Basin, hard by McCovey's Cove, this park provides a truly unique setting for baseball - marrying old-fashioned touches with state-of-the-art comfort...
  Gibson's Busch Classic  
Bob Gibson's regular-season numbers in 1968 were staggering: 22 wins against only nine losses; a microscopic 1.12 earned run average; 268 strikeouts; and an incredible 13 shutouts...
  Still the Man  
3630 hits. 1377 extra base hits. 1956 RBI. 475 home runs. 16 straight seasons of .300 or higher. Truly awesome... but numbers alone have never done total justice to Stan the Man. The first post-WWII superstar, and the NL's answer to Ted Williams, ...
  Eighteenth at Augusta  
The 18th hole at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, may not look like much coming out of the chute: a 405-yard par-4, slight dogleg right. But if a righthanded player is unable to fade his tee shot, ...
  Twelfth at Augusta  
Perfectly framed by the natural beauty of eastern Georgia, the 12th hole at Augusta National Golf Club may be the most famous par-3 in the world. Smack in the middle of what is known as Amen Corner, this short, but extremely difficult, hole almost inevitably plays a key role ...

BASEBALL Stadium ART! HISTORY! Sports artwork (collectible litho wall art) limited edition lithograph prints, calendars, posters, cards and paintings since 1977. Featuring the lithos of Andy Jurinko, Bill Purdom, William Feldman, Thomas Kolendra, Bruce Becker, Bill Williams, Graig Kreindler and more. Images include NY Yankees and Mets, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs and White Sox, Wrigley Ebbets Forbes and Crosley Field, Griffith Tiger Memorial Connie Mack Yankee Stadium, Sportsmans Fenway Comiskey and Shibe Park, Camden Yards, Roberto Clemente, Cal Ripken Jr, Derek Jeter, Willie Mays, Henry Aaron, Mr October Reggie Jackson, Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig, Mickey Mantle, Tom Seaver, Nolan Ryan, Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Stan Musial, Ted Williams, Hall of Fame members, great home runs and catches, no-hitters, perfect games, World Series, Playoffs, ballparks, great ball game moments and other favorite subjects.

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