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Braves Field Panorama by Andy Jurinko
Braves Field Panorama
It's October 6, 1948, Game 1 of the World Series, the Cleveland Indians vs. the Boston Braves at Braves Field in Beantown. We're in the top of the first inning, one out, and that's Larry Doby at bat for the Indians against Braves' right hander Johnny Sain. Bill Salkeld is the Boston catcher, Earl Torgeson is at first, Eddie Stanky is at second, Alvin Dark is the shortstop and Bob Elliott is playing third. Marvin "Twitch" Rickert is in left, Mike McCormick is in center and Tommy Holmes is in right. Sain went the distance, allowing only four hits, as the Braves beat the Indians and Bob Feller 1-0. Feller was superb, himself, allowing just one hit through the first seven innings. But in the eighth, Salkeld walked to open the inning. Pinch-runner Phil Masi moved to second on McCormick's sacrifice and remained there when Stanky was walked intentionally. After Masi was seemingly picked off at second but ruled safe by umpire Bill Stewart and Sain lined to right, Holmes singled past third to drive in Masi. The Indians went on to win the Series in six games .

Lithograph print measures 15" x 36"
Limited edition of #600
Signed and numbered by the artist

County Stadium Classic by Andy Jurinko
County Stadium Classic
It's October 7, 1957, Game 5 of the Yankees-Braves World Series at County Stadium in Milwaukee, and Joe Adcock has just pumped a two-out, sixth-inning single into right field, driving in Eddie Mathews from third base with the only run of the game. The hit, off Yankee southpaw Whitey Ford, is enough to give Milwaukee a 3-2 Series lead, an edge the Braves will relinquish in Game 6 before capturing the World Series with a Game 7 win at Yankee Stadium. It will be the Braves' only World Championship in Milwaukee. Lew Burdette, the Braves' shutout winner in Game 5, came back on two days rest to zip the Bombers in Game 7. Incredibly, Burdette had earned a complete-game victory in Game 2. Translation: three complete-game wins and two shutouts for Burdette in eight days! .

Lithograph print measures 15-3/4" x 36"
Limited edition of #600
Signed and numbered by the artist

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