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Framed 1985 Royals Stadium lithograph
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The all-Missouri World Series was all good if you were rooting for the Kansas City Royals in 1985. In this scene from Game 7 of that series, Kansas City's biggest star, George Brett, has just singled off of St. Louis Cardinals reliever Ricky Horton. Although only the 5th inning, the hit was Brett's fourth of the game and the Royals already had a 9-0 lead, which means the rout was on and the Royals were just a dozen outs away from their first world championship at the moment of depiction in their 12-year old stadium.

From a vantage point behind home plate, artist Bruce Becker has captured a classic Royals Stadium scene in this lithograph, with the backdrop the 12-story high crown-shaped and topped scoreboard and the waterfall fountains that flank it. Astroturf ruled the day and the 1985 World Series logo painted on it in the foreground frames all the action that's occurring on the stadium's green carpet on the Royals' crowning achievement night of October 27, 1985. To this day, that date remains the only one on which the Royals have won a World Series.

Measuring 18" tall x 33" wide, this lithograph, officially titled Kansas City Star, is limited in edition to 600 prints. Each is numbered and signed by the artist, Bruce Becker, from whose original painting the fine art print has been exactingly reproduced onto acid-free paper, which is noted for its long-term archival abilities. The lithograph can be ordered with or without a frame. The frame is made of silver aluminum and the Royals Stadium portrait within it is protected by plexiglass.

Kansas City Star Lithograph


 Print size: 33" W x 18" H
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Framed Kansas City Star Lithograph


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Only $364
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Buy the framed Royals Stadium lithograph at CCNow

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Royals Stadium (1985 World Series) by Bruce Becker
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Artist Bio - Bruce Becker


A lifelong baseball fan, Bruce Becker isn't an artist by trade. The Philadelphia born and raised minister is a self-taught artist who completed his first baseball portrait in 1982, four years after he graduated from the Seminary. It wasn't until 1992 that Becker's artwork was published and reproduced, beginning with a painting he did of Connie Mack Stadium. Other ballpark scenes have followed, including his 1995 release of Royals Stadium that celebrates the team's sole World Series championship.


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