Whitey Ford Retired Number Monument Park Brick Slice 14x18 Framed Collage With Nameplate
A 10-time All-Star and 6-time World Series Champion, Whitey Ford is widely regarded as the greatest left-handed pitcher in New York Yankees history. Over the course of his 16-year career, Ford compiled a 236-106 record with a stellar 2.75 ERA. The 1961 Cy Young Award Winner and World Series MVP Ford was nicknamed the Chairman of the Board for his leadership and ability to pitch under tremendous pressure. Ford was typically matched up against the opponents ace and usually out-dueled them. In 1974, Ford was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
This is fantastic opportunity to take home a piece of history with this collage which features a graphical reproduction of the retired 16 number in Monument Park, a slice of game used brick from Monument Park, and a nameplate. This is a truly unique piece from the most historic venue in all of sports. A Steiner Sports certificate of authenticity and an MLB hologram of authenticity are included with this piece.
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