A pair of Scooter Gennett June 6, 2017, historic home run game exhibit displays from the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame. Honoring Scooter’s dramatic “four home run game” against the Reds arch-rivals, the St. Louis Cardinals, these exhibits hung at the Reds Hall of Fame to honor and commemorate his amazing slugging feat. Constructed of a durable protective coated cardboard, these exhibits provide a colorful celebratory image of Scooter with facsimile signature arriving at home plate. The names of the opposing St. Louis Cardinals pitchers, plate appearance, and the inning in which this Reds record occurred are listed on one of the exhibit displays. Scooter Gennett became the first and only player in Cincinnati Reds baseball history to hit four home runs in one game. A COA from the Cincinnati Reds will accompany these items.
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- edge and surface age wear
- mounting tape remnants
- the measurements reflect the size of the sign flat