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These panoramic views of AT&T Park were taken by Rob Arra and are printed on very high-quality photographic paper. All posters are 13½" x 39" and you can choose to receive your panoramic poster:
Poster option Rolled in a tube
Framing Framed - the poster is matted in a black resin frame and protected by plexiglass.


2010 World Series at AT&T Park


It was the epitome of a beautiful night for baseball when the 2010 World Series began in the ballpark that's synonymous with beautiful. That, of course, would be AT&T Park, which is shown at dusk basking in the glory of the postseason in the season in which the San Francisco Giants finally won their first championship. In vivid detail, the ballpark and game played within it are captured almost artistically, as the scene seen is so pretty, with the bright green grass, dark blue sky, and colorfully filled stadium combining to compose a canvas of baseball nirvana. All was calm when the photo was taken -- flags are at a standstill -- in the middle of Game 1 as the Rangers' Elvis Andrus looked at a Tim Lincecum-fired fastball that the scoreboard clocked at 91 mph. Focus in the photo is so good you can see such details and by reading the line-ups on the center field board you can match the names of San Francisco's players to their positions on San Francisco's field during the 5th inning. Game one would be won by the Giants, their first of a dozen World Series victories in a five-year span that would make the team champions three times, so this picturesque poster is an image of history in the making, as the San Francisco baseball dynasty first started to take shape in AT&T Park on the evening seen in it.

The caption on the poster says
Game One
2010 World Series - October 27, 2010
A Panoramic View in AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA - The Rob Arra Collection
AT&T Park World Series panorama poster
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2010 World Series Poster


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Framed 2010 World Series Poster

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Inaugural Game at AT&T Park


No matter was it has been called, San Francisco's bayfront ballpark has been a beauty since it opened on April 11, 2000. That was the day this panoramic photo was taken. In perfect clarity you have a sweeping view of everything inside the ballpark, then called Pacific Bell Park, on its first Opening Day. That includes the Giants' Kirk Rueter throwing a third inning pitch to Todd Hundley of the Dodgers. The pitch can actually be seen in mid-flight as the Giants defense readied for action on their distinctive Kentucky bluegrass field. But it's the ballpark, not the players, that stars in this panorama, highlights of which include the brick wall in right, the walkway above it, and the oversized baseball glove and Coke bottle in left field.

The caption on the poster says
Inaugural Game
April 11, 2000
A panoramic view in San Francisco California - The Rob Arra Collection
AT&T Park first game panorama poster

Inaugural Game Poster


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Framed Inaugural Game Poster

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About the Photographer
Rob Arra is the premier panoramic sports photographer in the world. During the past 40 years he has produced over 500 stadium images. His prints, renowned for their perfect focus and vivid color, are licensed by Major League Baseball.



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