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141. (SOLD OUT) "Murderers' Row" 7" x 10.5" Art Print

141. (SOLD OUT) "Murderers' Row" 7" x 10.5" Art Print

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It's 1927, and baseball has a date with destiny in the form of the New York Yankees and their storied lineup, particularly the first 6 batters, aptly dubbed "Murderers' Row." Now, you might think you've seen batting lineups that pack a punch, but let me tell you, this crew was in a league of its own.

At the top of the order, we've got Earle Combs, the leadoff maestro. This guy didn't just step up to the plate; he practically waltzed his way there, setting the tone with his uncanny ability to get on base. A hit? A walk? It didn't matter; Combs had a one-way ticket to first base and cashed it in frequently.

But wait, the show's just getting started. Mark Koenig, the steady shortstop, was like the conductor of a symphony, orchestrating hits left and right. He didn't need to shout for attention; his bat did the talking, finding gaps in the defense and turning routine grounders into base knocks.

And then there's the one and only Sultan of Swat, the Bambino himself, Babe Ruth. This man didn't just hit home runs; he launched them into the stratosphere. When he stepped into the batter's box, pitchers must have felt a chill down their spines, knowing that one misstep could end up as a souvenir for the bleacher creatures.

Lou Gehrig, the Iron Horse, wasn't content with being a sidekick. He was a powerhouse in his own right, a poster boy for consistency and raw power. Picture this: Gehrig striding up to the plate, bat in hand, and you knew that something big was about to happen.

But hold onto your hats because Bob Meusel and Tony Lazzeri were ready to add their own fireworks. Meusel had a knack for driving in runs with the precision of a surgeon, while Lazzeri could swing that bat like it was an extension of his soul. This wasn't just hitting; it was an art form.

Though not featured in the piece Joe Dugan, the third baseman, rounded out the lineup with his steady play and timely contributions. Also not featured in the piece but essential to the lineup, are the masked guardians behind the plate: Pat Collins and Benny Bengough, handling the pitching staff with a blend of skill and finesse.

When these guys stepped onto the field, it wasn't a game; it was a spectacle. They didn't just win; they dominated. 110 regular-season victories? A World Series sweep? Child's play. The '27 Yankees weren't just a team; they were a phenomenon, a beacon of excellence that still shines in the annals of baseball history.

So there you have it, the 1927 New York Yankees and their legendary Murderers' Row. A lineup so formidable that even the ghosts of baseball past must have been in awe. It's a chapter in the grand story of the sport that'll forever be etched in the tapestry of time.

This 7 x 10.5" art print will be available for purchase between now and 9/10/23, after which it is retired forever. The artwork is estimated to ship between 40-60 days after the purchase window closes. This is not a guaranteed timeline, only an estimate.

Our art prints (not a comic book) is printed on double-thick card stock & come packaged in all the nostalgia you can ask for. The art print is a pre-order item for sale for one week only and then the print is retired and the print run is locked. 


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A new piece of art each week -- a sports-themed 7” x 10.5” double-thick cardstock art print of an original artist-made piece of art. That's right, this isn't a comic book, it's just one piece of fun sports-themed nostalgia at a time. There are 20 different art prints released in a season (1 per week) and once they're gone… they're gone! From then on they'll only be available at higher cost on the secondary market.

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Daniel is the artist that designs all of our Pop Fly Pop Shop prints. Every piece is made with purposeful intentionality and thoughtful effort. Daniel is a storyteller, and during every drop, he is able to showcase the player’s journey and important moments from their career. The art prints do not simply focus on the player's image but about the entire path that has led them to the big leagues.