Product Tag - BRM

  • Big Red Machine 9 Ball Set (Case Not Included)

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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
  • 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
  • Johnny Bench – Signed – Catching Photo Framed 20×24

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    This signed Johnny Bench photo is entitled “Bench Catching Color.”  Hall of Famer Johnny Bench, 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.  Comes double matted in a black wood framed with COA .  Frame size 20×24

    $450.00 $400.00
  • Johnny Bench – Signed – Young Color Photo – Framed 20×24

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    This signed Johnny Bench photo is entitled “Bench Young Color.”  Hall of Famer Johnny Bench, 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.  Comes double matted in a black wood framed with COA .  Frame size 20×24

    $450.00 $400.00
  • Johnny Bench – Signed and Framed Photo – Color

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    This signed photo of Hall of Famer -Johnny Bench  is entitled “Bench Swinging.”   Comes double matted in a black wood framed with COA and photo of signing.  Frame size 20×24

    $450.00 $400.00
  • Johnny Bench Signed – Game Gear – Framed 20×24

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    This signed Johnny Bench photo is entitled “Bench Game Gear.”  Hall of Famer Johnny Bench, 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.  Comes double matted in a black wood framed with COA .  Frame size 20×24

    $450.00 $400.00
  • Johnny Bench Signs For the Kids – Signed Framed Photo

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    This signed Johnny Bench photo is entitled “Bench Signs For the Kids.”  Hall of Famer Johnny Bench, 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.  Comes double matted in a black wood framed with COA .  Frame size 20×24

    $450.00 $400.00
  • Tony Perez Signed 16×20 Photo

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    This framed signed 16×20 fuji crystal archival photo features Hall of Famer Tony Perez. After playing third base in the early part of his career with the Cincinnati Reds, from 1972 onward he starred at first base. Perez was one of the premier RBI men of his generation, driving in 100 or more runs seven times in his 23-year long career. In an eleven–year stretch from 1967-1977, Perez drove in 90 or more runs each year, with a high of 129 RBI’s in 1970. During the decade of the 1970’s, Perez was second among all major-leaguers in RBI’s, with 954, behind only his teammate Johnny Bench.
    Includes Certificate of Authenticity.

    $300.00