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This print started out as a baseball card more than twenty years ago. Every aspect of it is designed to preserve the original look and feel of the card, from the printing pattern to the slightly worn edges. In fact, this print started by finding the actual card in our vault and then painstakingly re-mastering it with a team of designers. The authenticity extends to manufacturing; each print is made on high-quality, cotton fine art paper that measures 1/64 inches in thickness. Framed prints feature 2-inch flat wood or metallic frames with high-end, glare-resistant glass. And all prints are officially licensed by MLB and the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Jack Morris was a free agent after the 1986 season but couldn't get any realistic offers from teams, with rumors of owners' collusion abounding in baseball -- which would later proven to be accurate. So Morris took a $1.85 million salary in arbitration, a record briefly. Morris would go 18-11 with a 3.38 in '87 with Detroit and made his fourth All-Star team. He had rare postseason struggles in the ALCS loss to Minnesota, allowing six runs over eight innings in a Game 2 defeat.
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