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Boys of Summer by Andy Jurinko
Boys of Summer
It's September 30, 1955, Game 3 of the World Series, the Yankees vs. the Dodgers at Ebbets Field. And that's Sandy Amoros scoring from third after Pee Wee Reese's bases-loaded, second-inning walk off Yankee reliever Tom Morgan. The view from the press box sweeps from the seats down the left field line to beyond the scoreboard in right. That's Jim Gilliam en route to second, Johnny Podres headed to third, Duke Snider stepping to the plate and batboy Charlie "The Brow" DiGiavonni hustling back to the dugout. Catcher Yogi Berra, first baseman Moose Skowron, second baseman Billy Martin, shortstop Phil Rizzuto, third baseman Gil McDougald and outfielders Bob Cerv, Mickey Mantle and Elston Howard are in the field for the Yanks. Johnny Kucks is warming up down the left field line. The colorful outfield billboards are easily readable, as are the lineups and linescore on the scoreboard
$295 suggested price
Lithograph print measures 18" x 33"
Limited edition of #600
Signed and numbered by the artist


Aiming for Bedford by Andy Jurinko Aiming for Bedford
It's the summer of 1955 in Brooklyn, and the Dodgers are in the midst of what will be their most glorious season in New York. They'll win 98 games and finally capture their first World Championship after seven World Series setbacks! That's Edwin Donald Snider at bat for Brooklyn in a game against the Pirates. The Duke's having a monster season. Before it's over, he'll hit .309 with 42 homers, a leading-leading 136 RBIs and a league-leading 126 runs scored. His favorite target, of course, is the inviting screen in right field fronting Bedford Avenue. From your upper deck seat on the third base side, the screen, the Schaefer scoreboard and the colorful right field billboards are in full view on a fabulous day in Flatbush .
$295 suggested price
Lithograph print measures 22" x 30"
Limited edition of #600
Signed and numbered by the artist


Outside Ebbets Field by William Feldman Outside Ebbets Field
Beloved Ebbets Field and named after Dodger owner Charlie Ebbets. It opened on April 9, 1913, and served the burgeoning borough of Brooklyn, NY, until the Dodgers broke their fans' hearts and moved out following the 1957 season. It is the 1950s here, and you're looking at the ballpark's main entrance from the intersection of McKeever Place ( to the left) and Sullivan Place (to the right). Who would have believed then that the Grand Old Lady was in her twilight. In 1960, wrecking crews began moving in. Still so sad after all these years.
Lithograph print measures 18" x 33"
Limited edition of #600
Signed and numbered by the artist

Classic Flatbush Flannel by Bill Williams
Classic Flatbush Flannel
It's 1945, the final war year, and the last time Brooklyn will run across the chest of the Dodgers' road grays. The Cubs will win the National League pennant this year, but the Dodgers will record a respectable 87-67 record. Brooklyn's Eddie Stanky (128) and Goody Rosen (126) will finish one, two in runs scored in the NL. Dixie Walker will lead the league in RBI's (124), Rosen will finish second in hits (197), Walker will finish second in doubles (42) and Luis Olmo will lead the league in triples (13). Two years later Brooklyn will win the NL pennant.

Lithograph print measures 21 5/8" x 29 5/8"
Limited edition of #600


Ebbets Field 1955 by Andy Jurinko
Ebbets Field 1955
It's July, 1955, at Ebbets Field, and the Dodgers are moving toward the only World Championship they'll win in Brooklyn.

Hall of Famer Duke Snider, one of this beloved team's stars, is at bat against the Milwaukee Braves.

Lithograph print measures 16" x 39"
Limited edition of #600
Signed and numbered by the artist


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