Carlton Fisk '1975 World Series' Collage
An 11-time All-Star and 1972 Rookie of the Year, Carlton Fisk split his 24-year career wearing both Red and White Sox. Known for his true grit and durability behind the plate, "Pudge" also carried a big stick, retiring with 372 career home runs. Perhaps his most famous home run came in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series when he famously waived the ball fair to defeat the Cincinnati Reds in walk-off fashion.
A 2000 inductee into baseball's Hall of Fame, Fisk has his 27 retired by the Red Sox and his 72 retired in Chicago with the White Sox.
- Photograph of this famous moment in Red Sox history
- Descriptive home plate-shaped name plate
- Comes in double matting with deluxe framing
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