WARREN SPAHN - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED POSTER CO-SIGNED BY: GAYLORD PERRY, DON SUTTON, STEVE CARLTON, PHIL "KNUCKSIE" NIEKRO, EARLY WYNN, NOLAN RYAN, TOM "TOM TERRIFIC" SEAVER - HFSID 290569
300- GAME WINNERS: WARREN SPAHN, GAYLORD PERRY, DON SUTTON, STEVE CARLTON, PHIL NIEKRO, EARLY WYNN, NOLAN RYAN and TOM SEAVER 16x20 limited edition color lithograph signed by 8 members of the elite pitchers' club, each shown in the cap of the primary team he pitched for Poster signed:
Sale Price $1,190.00
300- GAME WINNERS: WARREN SPAHN, GAYLORD PERRY, DON SUTTON, STEVE CARLTON, PHIL NIEKRO, EARLY WYNN, NOLAN RYAN and TOM SEAVER 16x20 limited edition color lithograph signed by 8 members of the elite pitchers' club, each shown in the cap of the primary team he pitched for Poster signed: "Warren Spahn", "Early Wynn", "Phil Niekro", "Tom Seaver", "Steve Carlton", "Gaylord Perry", "Don Sutton" and "Nolan Ryan". Color, 16x20. Limited edition lithograph by Ron Lewis, number 351/1000, signed in blue sharpie by all 8. As of 2011, only 24 pitchers have ever reached the milestone of 300 Major League wins, a feat requiring outstanding talent as well as durability. No one pitching style prevails, however. This elite 8 includes the blazing fastballs of Nolan Ryan and the slow-motion knucklers of Phil Niekro. Cy Young tops the all-time list with 511 victories, a figure almost everyone agrees will never be matched. Of the top five winners, the most recent (Walter Johnson and Pete Alexander) retired in the 1920s. Warren Spahn, #6 on the list, died in 2003. Early Wynn, also signing here, preceded him in 1999. Shown here in a primary team cap, are WARREN SPAHN (Milwaukee Braves, 363 wins), STEVE CARLTON (Philadelphia Phillies, 329), NOLAN RYAN (Texas Rangers, 324), DON SUTTON (Los Angeles Dodgers, also 324), PHIL NIEKRO (Atlanta Braves, 318), GAYLORD PERRY (San Francisco Giants, 314), TOM SEAVER (New York Mets, 311) and EARLY WYNN (Cleveland Indians, an even 300). Since this poster was created and signed, four more pitchers have joined the 300 circle: Greg Maddux, Roger Clemens, Tom Glavine and Randy Johnson.) Since the career leader among active players, Tim Wakefield of the Boston Red Sox, is bidding for his 200th victory in 2011, at age 44, it doesn't appear that anyone else will be joining the club soon. Fine condition.
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