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Boston Red Sox Autographed 20" x 24" 2013 World Series Celebration Photograph - 11 Signatures

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  • Product ID: 3889836
  • Autographed 20'' x 24'' photograph
  • Includes an individually numbered tamper evident hologram
  • Signature may vary
  • Officially licensed
  • Brand: Fanatics Authentic
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Upgrade your collection of Boston Red Sox memorabilia by picking up this Autographed 20'' x 24'' 2013 World Series Celebration Photograph with 11 Signatures. It is hand-signed by Dustin Pedroia, Jon Lester, Shane Victorino, Jonny Gomes, Daniel Nava, Brandon Workman, Koji Uehara, Junichi Tazawa, Jake Peavy, Franklin Morales and Felix Doubront. The Red Sox finished the regular season first in the American League East with a 97-65 record and kicked off their postseason run with a sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays in the ALDS. After handling the Rays, they took on the Detroit Tigers in the ALCS and handled them in six games, with the Red Sox receiving gutsy performances from their first baseman/designated hitter Mike Napoli who scored Game 3's only run after he hit a seventh-inning solo shot off of Cy Young Award-winning pitcher Justin Verlander and a 445 ft. solo home run in the second inning of Game 5 that ended up being the difference of the final score. After winning the ALCS, they would be on their way to the World Series for their 12th time in franchise history and have a shot of winning it all for the 8th time, with their last championship win coming in 2007. They faced the St. Louis Cardinals who had won it all two years prior and knew they needed big performances from their best player, David Ortiz, and they got exactly that. After six games, Ortiz finished with two home runs, 11 hits, six RBI and a .688 batting average, helping lead the Red Sox to their first championship clinched at Fenway Park in 95 years and winning World Series MVP. Remember one of the greatest moments in Boston Red Sox history by adding this incredible piece of memorabilia to your collection.