Huntington Station, NY
36.000 x 16.000 inches
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Subway Series Ninety Eight
Painting - Oil On Canvas
It's Monday, June 16, 1997 in The Bronx. Interleague play has begun, and tonight 56,188 fans have packed Yankee Stadium to watch the first interleague game between the Yankees and the Mets. Not since October 10, 1956 have two teams from New York met in a game that mattered. On that day, the Yankees defeated the Dodgers 9-0 at Brooklyn's Ebbets field in Game 7 of the World Series. Tonight, the National League Mets will step into the spotlight. They'll score three, first-inning runs off Andy Pettitte and go on to a 6-0 victory behind John Olerud's three RBIs and the complete-game performance of Dave Mlicki. Here is the historic first pitch, Pettitte offering to Mets' centerfielder Lance Johnson. Joe Girardi C, Tino Martinez 1B, Pat Kelly 2B, Derek Jeter SS, Charlie Hayes 3B, Mark Whiten LF, Chad Curtis CF and Paul O'Neill RF are also in the field for the Yankees Original painting was sold at auction...Prints availabl here. Available in mural sizes
May 6th, 2012
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