Poster #8 in our exclusive "Retro SI" series - Limited Edition, only 2,000 produced!
It is a sight that a generation of Yankee fans will remember vividly and fondly forever - the great Mariano Rivera smiling brightly in celebration of another big save on a beautiful night in The Bronx. So why is it that publishers have never commemorated this future Hall of Famer with a poster of his own? It is a question that has astounded us ever since we started this business in 1997 - so finally, we decided, enough was enough - let's print one of our own! In the classic poster style of the 1970s and 1980s, SportsPosterWarehouse.com is proud to present Mariano Rivera "Game Over", an instant classic featuring the most indispensable Bronx Bomber of the modern championship era! With simple white-bordered design, and absolutely perfect, breathtaking photography of the Panamanian legend approaching long-time batterymate Jorge Posada mere seconds after nailing down another Yankees victory, this is the ultimate commemoration of the legendary closer. The background of this image makes it a true work of photographic art - with a wild celebration in the stands, and a dejected Boston Red Sox baserunner heading to the visitor's dugout, it truly captures what pennant-race Yankee baseball is all about.
With a production run of just 2,000, this is one of the most scarce Yankee posters ever produced, and, believe it or not, is the first regular-issue poster of Rivera to come off the presses! This beauty deserves a prominent place on the wall of any true fan - a must-have addition to your sports wall-of-fame. And, if you are lucky enough to meet Mariano in person, this is the perfect poster for autographs, with its abundant white space at top. Limited quantity available - don't miss out!
Publisher: Costacos Sports, exclusively for SportsPosterWarehouse.com, released December 2004
Size: 22¼" x 34"
Condition: Brand New!
Price: $14.95 USD
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Item Number: CN3660
Mariano Rivera "Game Over" - Costacos 2004