The Magical Comeback
Game 6 - October 26, 2002
A panoramic view in Anaheim, California - The Rob Arra Collection
Note the ball in motion
It's the third inning, and baseball fans around the world could never have imagined what was about to unfold. With the Anaheim Angels down 3-2 in the 2002 World Series, only victories in Game 6 and 7 at home would bring a championship to the long-suffering Anaheim franchise. Facing elimination, an eerie calm filled Edison Field in the early scoreless innings, a mellow prelude to the frantic finish that would eventually make this one of baseball's all-time classic World Series games. With starter Kevin Appier delivering a 1-0 pitch to Rich Aurilia with two out and nobody on base, SNAP! The moment is preserved for all-time, and is now available for your wall!
With photographer Rob Arra's perfect panoramic technique, everything in the beautiful ballpark is in sharp focus and as you pan across the poster you feel like you are actually there, witnessing baseball history unfold as the Angels were about to go from the agony of defeat to the joy of victory in two miraculous late innings! From the rockpile in left-center field, to the bleachers in right, to the information on the scoreboard, to the ads along the facade, to the thundersticks in fans hands, to the red shirts everywhere, to the action on the field, to the ball in flight, midway between the mound and the plate, it's all here! This beautiful panoramic view of Anaheim's baseball palace deserves a nice frame and a prominent space on the wall of your home or office. An amazing piece for the wall of any fan, and a valuable collector's item for years to come!
Publisher: Everlasting Images Inc., released November 2002
Size: 13½" x 39" Panorama
Price: $44.95 USD
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Item Number: EI110
Anaheim Angels "Magical Comeback" (2002 WS Gm.6) - Everlasting Images