Don Larsen threw it and Yogi Berra caught it. "It" being Larsen's perfect game thrown in the 1956 World Series against the crosstown Brooklyn Dodgers.
Until 2010, Larsen's perfect game was the only no-hitter ever thrown in postseason baseball history.
This photo shows Berra jumping into Larsen's arms moments after pinch hitter Dale Mitchell struck out to end the game.
The vintage black and white photo comes double matted in a classy black frame and includes an engraved nameplate with remarks about the historic game and a quote from Larsen.
Size: 23" x 33"
Manufactured by Mounted Memories
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This is what's written on the nameplate below the photo:
1956 World Series
October 8, 1956
In front of 64,519 screaming fans at Yankee Stadium, Don Larsen needed only 97 pitches, the last a called strike, to throw the only Perfect Game in World Series history! Battery mate, Yogi Berra, jumps into Larsenís arms after the called strike three.
"When it was over, I was so happy, I felt like crying." - Don Larsen