Yankee Stadium Authentic Piece of Black with Glass Display Case  - Steiner Sports Marke -  Sports Memorabilia - FAO Schwarz®

Yankee Stadium Authentic Piece of Black with Glass Display Case

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A Fixture at the Original Yankee Stadium (1923-2008), the centerfield bleachers, commonly referred to as The Black, served two distinct purposes. Located directly behind the pitchers back, The Black functioned as batters eye, providing contrast against the white baseball for purposes of hitting. Secondly, it served as a target for some of the most mammoth home runs in Yankee Stadium history. This is an authentic piece of The Black from the Original Yankee Stadium and comes with a glass display case and an engraved nameplate. Each piece of authentic black bleacher comes complete with a Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity.

Steiner Sports entered the sports business world in 1987, and over the past decade Steiner Sports has established themselves as a leading provider of sports marketing services and authentic memorabilia. Steiner Sports is the leading producer of authentic hand-signed collectibles and the best source for all your sports gift needs. Steiner Sports provides autographed memorabilia by athletes like Hank Aaron, Joe Namath, Magic Johnson and Muhammad Ali is the hottest new solution for personal and client gifts, as well as sales incentives, employee recognition and charity fundraising auctions. Steiner Sports has exclusive autograph deals with Derek Jeter, Tony Hawk, David Ortiz, Johnny Damon, Joe Torre, Eli Manning, Tiki Barber, Paul O'Neill and Curt Schilling among others.
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