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These panoramic views of Busch Stadium were taken by Rob Arra and are printed on 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 protected by high quality plexiglass.


First Pitch at New Busch Stadium


This panoramic print captures Mark Mulder throwing the first-ever pitch at Busch Stadium to Milwaukee's Brady Clark. The downtown St. Louis skyline and Gateway Arch are a part of the spectacular view on Opening Day at the Cardinals' new ballpark.

The caption on the poster says
First Pitch
April 10, 2006
A Panoramic View in St. Louis, Missouri - The Rob Arra Collection
First Pitch at New Busch Stadium

First Pitch Poster


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Framed First Pitch Poster

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Inaugural Game at Busch Stadium


This panoramic photo was shot during the inaugural game at the new Busch Stadium. Your vantage point for the sweeping landscape of the ballpark and St. Louis landmarks is from behind the visitors dugout. The Cardinals, who beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-4 on this Opening Day, are in the field.

The caption on the poster says
Inaugural Game
April 10, 2006
A Panoramic View in St. Louis, Missouri - The Rob Arra Collection
First Game at Busch Stadium

Inaugural Game Poster


Only $33.95
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Framed Inaugural Game Poster

 [framing info]
Only $100
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Believe - 2006 World Series at Busch Stadium


What a way to inaugurate a new ballpark! This print was taken during the 9th inning of Game 5 of the 2006 World Series. Adam Wainwight is facing the Tigers' Placido Polanco as the Cardinals are one out away from winning their 10th World Series championship. The print includes the final scores of all five games.

The caption on the poster says
Believe
October 27, 2006
A Panoramic View in St. Louis, Missouri - The Rob Arra Collection
Believe - Busch Stadium, 2006 World Series

Believe World Series Poster


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Framed Believe World Series Poster

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Last Pitch at Busch Stadium


After 40 seasons and hundreds of thousands of pitches, the final one thrown during a regular season game at Busch Stadium was captured in this panorama poster and in stunning detail you can see everything inside of the stadium as it appeared on October 2, 2005 at 4:29 pm. That's when Jason Isringhausen struck out Cincinnati's Chris Denorfia, who is shown swinging at strike three, to save the Cardinals' 100th win of the season and the final one (playoffs not included) at what was regarded as the best of the multi-purpose cookie-cutters. Besides the Gateway Arch and Millennium hotel peering over the crown of arches that dignified the stadium's roof, you can also see a construction crane that marked the progress to come. Just 36 days after this image was taken the wrecking ball began tearing down the place where red clad fans had watched their Redbirds play since 1966. This poster keeps alive its memory.

The caption on the poster says
Last Pitch at Busch Stadium
A Panoramic View in St. Louis, Missouri - October 2, 2005
The Rob Arra Collection
Last Pitch at Busch Stadium poster

Last Pitch Poster


Only $33.95
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Buy this Busch Stadium poster at CCNow
Shipping: 1st Class US Mail

Framed Last Pitch Poster

 [framing info]
Only $100
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Shipping: UPS Ground


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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