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Yankees at Mets 1998 by Thomas Kolendra
Yankees at Mets 1998
An overflowing crowd at Shea Stadium on an 80 degree summer evening – June 26, 1998 . . . the Yankees™ in first place, the Mets™ in second, interleague play in its second season – these games count, folks – is this a preview of New York’s first subway series in 42 years? Does baseball get any better than this? Mike Piazza had joined the Mets a month before; the Yanks were on a record-breaking victory pace, and “Baseball Fever” was alive and well. “LET’S go YANK-ees” – “LET’S GO METS!” “LET’S go YANK-ees” – “LET’S GO METS!” Al Leiter uncorks the game’s first pitch to Chuck Knoblauch and we’re underway. The Yankees would win this one, 8-4 on a big home run by Paul O’Neill to up their record to 54-19. The Mets still hung just 6 ½ behind Atlanta. Alas, there would be no subway series in ’98, but this was one of those special nights of a very special year for New York City baseball.

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

Shea Stadium Matinee by William Feldman
Shea Stadium Matinee
It's the summer of 1991, a stunning day in New York's Borough of Queens. You have sensational seats just to the third base side of home plate for a game between the Mets and the Cardinals. Howard Johnson, hitting lefthanded, is at bat for the Mets with the bases empty in the bottom of the first. The huge scoreboard in right serves as both an inviting target and an imposing backdrop

Lithograph print measures 18" x 33"
Limited edition of #600
Signed and numbered by the artist

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