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These panoramic views of Camden Yards feature Cal Ripken Jr. and were taken by Rob Arra. They are printed on high-quality photographic paper and are 13½" x 39" in size. 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.


Camden Yards - Who's At Bat? (Cal Ripken)


It was an ideal day for baseball on the last day of April in 2000 when Cal Ripken stepped to the plate at Camden Yards. Just two weeks prior, the Iron Man had recorded his 3,000 career hit. But that was on the road, and in a dome no less. Baseball was meant to be played outdoors, and nothing is better than an afternoon at the ballpark. You wouldn't get any arguments from the 48,563 people who filled Camden Yards on the Sunday afternoon this vivid panoramic photo was taken. Facing Kenny Rogers and the Rangers, Baltimore's hero has just fouled off a pitch. As noted in the caption, the ball is visible heading down the left field line.

In addition to the action on the field, you have a strikingly clear view of the B&O Warehouse, Emerson Bromo-Seltzer tower, and even the ivy growing on the hitter's backdrop in centerfield. The Orioles' line-up was forever captured on the main scoreboard, as was Cal's stats (.260, 4 HR, 15 RBI) at the time of his at-bat. Ripken's average would dip a few points after he flew out to right field, but that wouldn't detract from what was a picture perfect day at the ballpark.

The caption on the poster says
Who's at Bat?
April 30, 2000
A panoramic view in Baltimore, Maryland - The Rob Arra Collection
The small white streak over the 3rd base coach is the ball.
Camden Yards panorama

Camden Yards Poster


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Camden Yards - Cal Ripken's Last at Bat


Class, Ability, Longevity. That summed up the career of Baltimore's beloved # 8. Shown here, in a panoramic image for the ages, is Cal Ripken's 11,551st and final at-bat. As you can clearly see in this poster, the sold out crowd is on their feet, their camera flash bulbs lighting up the Camden Yards grandstand. With the farewell logo banner affixed to the B&O Warehouse and his number etched into the center field grass, Ripken has just swung at a pitch from Boston's David Cone in the 8th inning.

Ripken would fly out to center field in final at-bat and although his career ended this night, his legacy will live on forever with the memory of his final game captured in one of the best images Rob Arra has ever produced.

The caption on the poster says
Last at Bat
October 6, 2001
Cal Ripken, Jr. at Camden Yards - The Rob Arra Collection
Cal Ripken, Jr final at-bat Camden Yards panorama

Ripken's Last at Bat Poster


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Framed Ripken's Last at Bat 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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