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These panoramic views of Citizens Bank Park 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.


World Series Ring Ceremony at Citizens Bank Park


The red carpet was rolled out for the Phillies on April 8, 2009. That's the day members of Philadelphia's 2008 World Series champions were feted in a pre-game ceremony at Citizens Bank Park. One by one, players and personnel strolled down the red carpet that was laid on the green field to receive their 14-carat white gold ring from team president David Montgomery. It took 13 minutes to hand out all of the rings. Jimmy Rollins was the last to receive his and that's when this vivid panorama was taken of the ceremony and ballpark. At the time Rollins received his bling, Pat Burrell's ring was shown on the big screen in left field. In crystal clear clarity you can see it and the "Ring Phacts" that were posted on the scoreboard. "It exceeds any expectation I could've had," Jamie Moyer said of the ring. But he could've been talking about this poster, which contains 28 facsimile signatures from members of the 2008 champs, most of whom are lined down the first baseline enjoying a moment they will likely never forget. And thanks to this stunning poster you'll always be able to treasure that moment too.

The caption on the poster says
Ring Ceremony - 2008 World Series Champions
April 8, 2009
A Panoramic View from Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, PA - The Rob Arra Collection
Note: Poster contains 28 signatures
Citizens Bank Park - World Series ring ceremony panorama poster
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2008 World Series Victory Celebration at Citizens Bank Park


The scene was quite a scene shortly after the final pitch of the 2008 World Series. In a clarity as crisp as the memorable October night, this poster captures the celebratory aftermath that ensued when the Phils' Brad Lidge struck out Tampa Bay's Eric Hinske, thereby making the Phillies World Series champions.

Preserving the jubilation of October 29th forever, this vivid panorama fully captures the euphoria of that night. With fireworks bursting in the Philadelphia sky, the Phillies are seen celebrating their second ever World Championship on the Citizens Bank Park infield while their famed mascot, the Phillie Phanatic, is waving a championship flag at home plate. You can read the congratulatory messages on the ballpark's scoreboards and see the large banner that was unfurled from the center field hitter's backdrop. Every detail is here, even the umpires walking off the field in unison and security personnel arriving via bike. But the focus is truly on the celebration, both on the field and in the stands, where 45,940 Phillies fans can be seen going crazy and partying like it was 1980!

The caption on the poster says
2008 World Series Champions
Game 5 - October 29, 2008
A Panoramic View in Philadelphia, PA - The Rob Arra Collection
Citizens Bank Park - World Series celebration panorama poster

World Series Celebration Poster


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First Pitch at Citizens Bank Park


The first-ever pitch thrown at Citizens Bank Park was captured mid-flight in this panoramic poster. The date was April 12, 2004, the Cincinnati Reds were the inaugural opponent, and Randy Wolf's pitch to D'Angelo Jimenez was delayed a half-hour due to unpleasant weather.

Despite the rain, wind and cold - it was 48 degrees with 17 MPH wind gusts at fist pitch - nothing could dampen the glory of the Phillies' new ballpark, which is viewed in perfect clarity in this poster. You can see fans wearing ponchos and holding umbrellas, read the line-ups on the scoreboard, and gain an appreciation for the beauty of the ballpark that replaced the Phillies' previous home, the sterile Veterans Stadium.

With the flags blowing to the east and Philadelphia's corner infielders anticipating a bunt, Jimenez took Citizens Bank Park's first pitch for a strike and a new era of Phillies baseball had begun.

The caption on the poster says
First Pitch
April 12, 2004
A Panoramic View in Philadelphia, PA. - The Rob Arra Collection
Note the ball in motion
Citizens Bank Park panorama 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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