Cincinnati Reds (MLB)

  • Big Red Machine 9 Ball Set in Case-0Big Red Machine 9 Ball Set in Case-0

    Big Red Machine 9 Ball Set in Case

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    This nine ball set features signatures from the Big Red Machine’s starting eight; Johnny Bench (c), Tony Perez (1b), Joe Morgan (2b), Dave Concepcion (ss), Pete Rose (3b), Ken Griffey (rf), Cesar Geronimo (cf) and Geoge Foster (lf) and manager Sparky Anderson. The Reds became the first NL team since the 1921-1922 New York Giants to win consecutive World Series championships. The Big Red Machine of 1975-1976 is considered one of the best teams ever.

    Includes Certificate of Authenticity.

    $950.00
  • BRM Line UpBRM Line Up

    Big Red Machine Line Up Framed Signed

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    This fuji crystal archival photograph entitled “Big Red Machine Line-Up” features and is autographed by Reds players Pete Rose, Ken Griffey, Joe Morgan, Johnny Bench, Tony Perez, George Foster, David Concepcion and Cesar Geronimo. These players are lined up and ready to take on the 1976 New York Yankees prior to their game 4 victory, locking up their second-straight World Championship!

    This framed lithograph measures 18×24. Includes photos of signing and Certificate of Authenticity.

    $900.00
  • Big Red Machine Starting 8 Signed Baseball-0Big Red Machine Starting 8 Signed Baseball-0

    Big Red Machine Starting 8 Signed Baseball

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    This ball features signatures from the Big Red Machine’s starting eight; Johnny Bench (c), Tony Perez (1b), Joe Morgan (2b), Dave Concepcion (ss), Pete Rose (3b), Ken Griffey (rf), Cesar Geronimo (cf) and Geoge Foster (lf). The Reds became the first NL team since the 1921-1922 New York Giants to win consecutive World Series championships. The Big Red Machine of 1975-1976 is considered one of the best teams ever.

    Includes a Certificate of Authenticity.

    $800.00
  • Big Red Machine TractorBig Red Machine Tractor

    Big Red Machine Tractor Signed and Framed

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    This special limited edition pays tribute to one of baseball’s all-time greatest teams, the 1975 and 1976 World Champion Cincinnati Reds. In the 1975 World Series, the Reds Defeated The Boston Red Sox, winning the seventh game on a ninth-inning single by Joe Morgan. In the 1976 World Series, The Reds swept the New York Yankees in four straight games for back-to-back World Series Championships.
    This framed lithograph measures 26×36. It has been signed by the starting eight – Pete Rose, Ken Griffey, Joe Morgan, Johnny Bench, Tony Perez, George Foster, David Concepcion and Cesar Geronimo. Includes photo of signing and Certificate of Authenticity.

    $900.00
  • Cincinnati Reds Looney Tunes 11x14 Lithograph-0Cincinnati Reds Looney Tunes 11x14 Lithograph-0

    Cincinnati Reds Looney Tunes 11×14 Lithograph

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    This collectible lithograph from Toon Art featuring our favorite Looney Tunes Characters comes in all MLB teams. Each lithograph is limited to 5,000 pieces, includes a certificate of authenticity, and comes matted and framed.

    $24.95
  • Joe Morgan and Pete Rose in Clubhouse Signed Framed 16x20-0Joe Morgan and Pete Rose in Clubhouse Signed Framed 16x20-0

    Joe Morgan and Pete Rose in Clubhouse Signed Framed 16×20

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    This signed 16×20 framed fuji crystal archival photo features Pete Rose and Joe Morgan. Pete played from 1963 to 1986. Rose, a switch hitter, is the all-time Major League leader in hits (4,256), games played (3,562), and at bats (14,053.) He won three batting titles, one Most Valuable Player Award, two Gold Gloves, the Rookie of the Year Award, and made 17 All-Star appearances at an unequaled five different positions (2B, LF, RF, 3B & 1B.) Morgan joined the “Big Red Machine” in 1971. From this point on his career reached a new level. This includes eight consecutive All-Star Game appearances (1972-1979) and 5 Gold Gloves.

    $495.00
  • Joey Votto Sports Illustrated 11x14 Lithograph-0Joey Votto Sports Illustrated 11x14 Lithograph-0

    Joey Votto Sports Illustrated 11×14 Lithograph

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    This 11×14 lithograph features Joey Votto as he appears on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Votto is the first Red to appear on the magazine’s cover since 2004, when SI featured Ken Griffey Jr. The cover shows Votto in uniform, leaning on his bat, with the headline “Time to Get Mean.”

    According to SI, the story looks at Votto’s red-hot 2010 season in which he is in contention for a Triple Crown, leading the league in batting average, home runs and runs batted in.

    $24.95
  • Johnny Bench 11x14 Lithograph with facsimile signature-0Johnny Bench 11x14 Lithograph with facsimile signature-0

    Johnny Bench 11×14 Lithograph with facsimile signature

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    The limited edition framed 11×14 lithograph features Hall of Famer Johnny Bench. He may be the model against which all future catchers are judged. A star behind the plate and with a bat, he first made his mark as the National League Rookie of the Year in 1968 before becoming a key component of Cincinnati’s “Big Red Machine” teams during the 1970s. Before his 17-year career was over, Bench would win 10 Gold Gloves, two NL MVPs, and belt 389 home runs.
    The signature featured is a facsimile signature.

    $24.95
  • Johnny and JoeJohnny and Joe

    Johnny Bench and Joe Morgan Signed 16×20 Framed

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    This signed framed 16×20 fuji crystal archival photo features Hall of Famers Johnny Bench and Joe Morgan. Johnny may be the model against which all future catchers are judged. A star behind the plate and with a bat, he first made his mark as the National League Rookie of the Year in 1968 before becoming a key component of Cincinnati’s “Big Red Machine” teams during the 1970s. Before his 17-year career was over, Bench would win 10 Gold Gloves, two NL MVPs, and belt 389 home runs. Morgan joined the “Big Red Machine” in 1971. From this point on his career reached a new level. This includes eight consecutive All-Star Game appearances (1972-1979) and 5 Gold Gloves.
    Includes photo of signing and certificate of authenticity.

    $450.00
  • Johnny Greatest Catch SeriesJohnny Greatest Catch Series

    Johnny Bench Greatest Catch Series Signed

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    This signed series of fuji crystal archival photographs features Hall of Famer Johnny Bench.He may be the model against which all future catchers are judged. A star behind the plate and with a bat, he first made his mark as the National League Rookie of the Year in 1968 before becoming a key component of Cincinnati’s “Big Red Machine” teams during the 1970s. Before his 17-year career was over, Bench would win 10 Gold Gloves, two NL MVPs, and belt 389 home runs.
    Framed lithograph measures 15×40. Includes photo of signed and Certificate of Authenticity.

    $550.00
  • Pete Rose 11x14 Lithograph Facsimile Signature Framed-0Pete Rose 11x14 Lithograph Facsimile Signature Framed-0

    Pete Rose 11×14 Lithograph Facsimile Signature Framed

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    This 11×14 lithograph features Pete Rose hitting his record breaking 4,192 hit on September 11, 1985. Pete played from 1963 to 1986, and is best known for his 19 years with the Cincinnati Reds. Rose, a switch hitter, is the all-time Major League leader in hits (4,256), games played (3,562), and at bats (14,053.) He won three batting titles, one Most Valuable Player Award, two Gold Gloves, the Rookie of the Year Award, and made 17 All-Star appearances at an unequaled five different positions (2B, LF, RF, 3B & 1B.)

    The signature featured is a facsimile signature.

    $24.95
  • Pete Rose 4192 signed 16x20-0Pete Rose 4192 signed 16x20-0

    Pete Rose 4192 signed 16×20

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    This fuji crystal lithograph features Pete Rose hitting his record breaking 4,192 hit on September 11, 1985. In commemoration of this 25 year anniversary, 500 pieces were hand-signed by Pete Rose. Pete played from 1963 to 1986, and is best known for his 19 years with the Cincinnati Reds. Rose, a switch hitter, is the all-time Major League leader in hits (4,256), games played (3,562), and at bats (14,053.) He won three batting titles, one Most Valuable Player Award, two Gold Gloves, the Rookie of the Year Award, and made 17 All-Star appearances at an unequaled five different positions (2B, LF, RF, 3B & 1B.)
    Includes photo of signing and Certificate of Authenticity.

    $300.00