Last First Pitch April 8, 2008 A Panoramic View in Shea Stadium - The Rob Arra CollectionNote the ball in motion.
Own a piece of history for your wall! After more than 40 years of highs, lows, and everything in between, the final season has arrived - good ole' Shea Stadium has reached its final season. From its unmistakeable blue-and-orange color scheme, to its Home Run Apple, to the mega-scoreboard behind the right-field fence, to its small but notoriously raucous left-field bleacher section, Shea's unique quirkiness will live on in the memories of fans forever. As the final season begins with starter Oliver Perez' called strike to the Phillies' Jimmy Rollins...SNAP! The moment is preserved for all-time, and is now available for your wall. With the new-for-2009 Citi Field rising in the background, this is the perfect combination of old-and-new, and will remind you of those great days at Shea with every glance. With the usual brilliance of Rob Arra's legendary panoramic stadium photography, and the classic white-bordered Everlasting Images design, this collector's item is worthy of a nice frame and a prominent place on the wall of any true fan! Whether you were there that day, are a life-long Mets fan, or are simply a collector and afficionado of great American ballparks, this is for you.