Al Kaline and Norm Cash Spring Training, early ‘60s

$59.99

Kaline and “Storman” Norman Cash in the dugout during an early ‘60s spring training. The Tigers would literally “steal” Cash from the Cleveland Indians in a trade for Steve Demeter. Might be one of the greatest trades in Tigers’ history, as Cash would haunt American League pitchers for the next 15 seasons wearing a Detroit uniform. Note the smoking reporter to the right…times have changed!

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Banner size: 4′ x 2.5′
Material: Vinyl
Shipping: free USPS Priority shipping

If you are looking for a centerpiece for your sports room, bar or office, look no further! Our top quality baseball images on vinyl are sure to be a focal point of your room. Each image is 4’ x 2.5’, and you’ll never have the creasing problems that you see with photos or posters. These vinyl images are very durable, and if they do crease, the fix is quick and effective. Our vinyl images display beautifully without the additional cost of framing! Each image will include clear plastic tabs for easy hanging. Vertical images can be displayed on our specially designed tripods which are sold separately.

Autograph collectors take note: Our banners autograph well and look amazing!

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