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Reds Hall of Fame Rose and Fosse 1970 All-Star Game Exhibit Sign COA

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A large and colorful Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum exhibit sign commemorating the ‘1970 All-Star Game,’ picturing Pete Rose barreling into Cleveland Indians’ catcher Ray Fosse at home plate. Gil Hodges, the National League Manager for the game, quote of what happened at home plate at newly opened Riverfront Stadium is the caption for this sign. The year 1970 was instrumental for the Cincinnati Reds baseball franchise. Crosley Field, home of the Reds from 1912-1970, closed its doors in late June, giving way to the newly built Riverfront Stadium along the Ohio River shoreline. A letter of authenticity from the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum will accompany this item.


- the back of the sign is framed with black plats for stability
- edge and surface wear
- bold and vivid colors with some slight fading areas
- scuffs, soiling, and stains


60.0" W x 42.0" H x 0.5" D

- the measurements reflect the size of the sign flat

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