Take a step back in time, and join the crowd during the earliest days of Major League Baseball in Miami! This spectacular panoramic print brings you to Joe Robbie Stadium on April 11, 1993, to the final game of the opening homestand in the history of the Florida Marlins. Still giddy with excitement over the arrival of the big leagues in South Florida's metropolis, a sea of fans in teal caps looks on intently as stater Jack Armstrong winds and fires. As San Diego Padres shortstop Craig Shipley gets ready to swing...SNAP! The moment is preserved for all-time, and is now available for your wall.
This breathtaking print brings your wall alive with the sights of Marlins baseball during those early Rene Lachemann-Charlie Hough-Orestes Destrade-Jeff Conine days at the ballpark. From the action on the field, to the fans in the stands, to the stadium details, to the picture-perfect Miami spring sky, it's all here, looking great for your wall! Whether you are a long-time Marlins fanatic, a loyal South Florida sports fan, a baseball history buff, or a spectator who was in attendance that day, this is perfect for a nice frame and a prominent place on your wall and in your collection. A true classic!