11.000 x 9.000 x 1.000 inches
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Drawing - Pen & Ink Pointillism On Art Board
This 8"x10" original piece of Carl Yastrzemski was created utilizing the "pointillism" method. It was signed by himself in 2000. It is authenticated by James Spence Authentication and also by myself (the artist). The signature is also notarized by Constance Aldridge, Notary Public. It is truly an exquisite collectors item. In 1961, Yastrzemski finally arrived in the Major Leagues as the heir apparent to the legendary Ted Williams in left field. For 23 years, Yastrzemski proudly wore his famous "#8" for the Red Sox, with his extraordinary batting style and his unmatched skill in patrolling the grounds in front of the Green Monster. In the Red Sox' 1967 "Impossible Dream" season, he won the American League Triple Crown and was named the A.L.'s Most Valuable Player. At the time of his retirement, Yastrzemski was the all-time American League leader in games played (3,308) and was the only American League player to amass 3,000 hits and 400 home runs (finishing with 3,419 and 452 respectively, to go along with 1,844 RBI). A seven-time Gold Glove winner, Yaz earned the honor of 18 All-Star Game appearances, and is generally considered one of the finest defensive left fielders of all-time.
August 27th, 2009
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