Joe DiMaggio “Farewell” 1951 World Series

Joe DiMaggio “Farewell” 1951 World Series


Details About This Item:

• The total frame size is 14.5 x 25 – Inside dimensions are 12.5 x 23
• The 3 images of Joe DiMaggio are 6 x 6
• The frame is 1.25 wide made of wood in a black satin finish
• It has a polar white matte
• It is covered in plexiglass

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This sports wall hanging is called “Farewell” and shows sequential in-motion images of iconic Joe DiMaggio being greeted at home plate by teammate Yogi Berra – then tipping his cap after homering off Sale Maglie of the New York Giants in the 5th game of the 1951 World Series.

The New York Yankees would clinch the series after winning this game making this the last home run Joe DiMaggio would ever hit as a professional baseball player.

This piece is done in a modern-vintage style.  It is unique and distinctive and would make a nice addition to your collection and look great in your special sports room or at the office.  It also would make a great gift idea for that special New York Yankee and Joe DiMaggio fan

The Career of Joe DiMaggio

Joe DiMaggio was a center fielder who played his entire 13-year career for the New York Yankees. During this 13 seasons with the Yankees they won 11 pennants and 10 World Series.  He was a three-time MVP winner and an All-Star in each of his 13 seasons.  He won the 1941 American League MVP over Red Sox slugger Ted Williams in spite of the latter’s .406 batting average that season.  Joe DiMaggio retired after the 1951 season.  His number “5” is retired by the New York Yankees and he was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1955.