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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.
STORYYou can almost see by this picture why Ron Cey was called the "Penguin." L.A.'s third sacker had a stocky build and short legs and his rather choppy running style was very noticeable. The guy could definitely hit, however. He had 228 homers as a Dodger, which at the time was the most in team history since it moved to L.A..
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