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152. "World Series 60: The Mazeroski Moment" 7" x 10.5" Art Print

152. "World Series 60: The Mazeroski Moment" 7" x 10.5" Art Print

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The 152nd Pop Fly and the 5th in the series-within-a-series comes an incredible collaboration I am honored to be a part of. Hall of Famer Bill Mazeroski shines in "World Series 60: The Mazeroski Moment". In addition to regular releases, signed and inscribed options are also available.

Certain moments in baseball transcend the bounds of the game, etching themselves into the fabric of sports history. One such moment is Bill Mazeroski's legendary home run in the 1960 World Series.

The 1960 World Series set the stage for a classic underdog tale. The Pittsburgh Pirates, seen as the less-favored team, were up against the formidable New York Yankees. The Yankees, stacked with talent, were the obvious favorites, but the Pirates, driven by sheer determination, managed to keep the series fiercely competitive, pushing it to an all-or-nothing seventh game.

This final game at Forbes Field was a rollercoaster of emotions, with the lead swinging back and forth between the two teams. The air was thick with tension and excitement, and the prospect of extra innings was looming large. Then, in the bottom of the ninth inning, with the score tied, Bill Mazeroski took center stage. Mazeroski, better known for his defensive skills at second base, was an unlikely candidate for a batting hero. Nevertheless, when he faced the pitch, a fastball aimed right at the heart of the plate, he connected with a swing that would soon become the stuff of legends.

The moment Mazeroski hit the ball, it was as if time stood still. The crack of the bat echoed through the stadium, and the ball soared majestically over the left-field wall. The home run was not just game-winning; it was series-winning. The crowd erupted into wild celebrations as Mazeroski rounded the bases, his run symbolizing not just a victory lap but a journey into baseball immortality.

In the wake of that home run, there was an outpouring of joy and amazement. The Pirates had done the unthinkable, toppling the Goliath of baseball in the most dramatic fashion imaginable. But Mazeroski's home run meant more than just an underdog triumph. It was a testament to the unpredictable and poetic nature of baseball, where heroes can emerge in the most unexpected moments.

This story isn't just about a historic home run. It's a narrative that captures the essence of baseball – a game where dreams, drama, and a touch of magic intermingle to create moments of pure wonder. Mazeroski's home run in the 1960 World Series stands as a reminder of why we love this game, a testament to the moments of glory that define sports history.

This 7 x 10.5" art print will be available for purchase between now and 12/03/23, after which it will be 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.