JOHNNY DAMON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 275256
GIANT PHOTOGRAPH OF DAMON IN ACTION AS CENTERFIELDER FOR THE BOSTON RED SOX; HE WOULD LATER WEAR HIS #18 FOR THE RIVAL NEW YORK YANKEES JOHNNY DAMON. Large Photograph signed: "Johnny Damon/18". Color, 15½x19¼.
Sale Price $531.25
GIANT PHOTOGRAPH OF DAMON IN ACTION AS CENTERFIELDER FOR THE BOSTON RED SOX; HE WOULD LATER WEAR HIS #18 FOR THE RIVAL NEW YORK YANKEES
JOHNNY DAMON. Large Photograph signed: "Johnny Damon/18". Color, 15½x19¼. Reproduction of a photograph showing Damon, then a center fielder with the Boston Red Sox, in action in the outfield. ©2004, Photo File, Inc. Three logos imprinted at lower left margin, Major League Baseball hologram at lower right corner. Johnny David Damon (born in 1973) played center field for the Boston Red Sox from 2002-2005. A key player in the team's defeat of the Yankees in the 2004 World Series, Damon shocked and dismayed Boston fans when he signed a four-year, $52 million contract with the rival Yankees on December 20, 2005. Damon, who previously played with the Kansas City Royals (1995-2000) and the Oakland Athletics (2001), has played in two All-Star games (2002, 2005) and, since the 2000 season, he ranks third among active major league players in runs (589) and seventh for hits (912) and stolen bases (153). In 2000, he led the American League in runs (136) and stolen bases (46), and Damon led the league in triples (11) in 2002. Known for his long hair and beard while playing for the Red Sox, Damon had both cut two days after signing with the Yankees, who have a strict dress code. When the Yankees won the 2009 World Series, Damon joined Babe Ruth (and the much-graded Eric Hinske) as the only players to have won a World Series with both the Red Sox and Yankees. Damon joined the Detroit Tigers as a free agent in 2010. Minor scratch at lower portion of frame at background. Photograph in fine condition. Framed, not in the Gallery of History style: 20¼x24¼. Not reviewed by us for conservation integrity. "As is" framing purchase.
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