Red Sox Team Signed Fisk “Stay Fair” Photograph




It was a defining moment in Red Sox history. Carlton Fisk hopped and waived, and probably willed his 12th inning shot to hit the foul pole and “stay fair” during Game 5 of the 1975 World Series. Although the Reds would go on to win the Series, the image of Fisk directing that ball remains one of the games most lasting and iconic images. This is a framed 16×20 photograph of that moment, Carlton Fisk waiving his arms, signed by 20 members of the 1975 AL Champion Boston Red Sox. In addition, each player to sign this photograph included their own little inscription to help capture the moment. A Full Letter of Authenticity from James Spence Authentication accompanies your purchase. Signatures on this photograph include those of Hall of Fame members Fisk and Jim Rice, as well as Red Sox teammates Fred Lynn, Bill Lee, Luis Tiant, Rico Petrocelli, Bernie Carbo, Rick Anderson, Steve Dillar, Tim Marshall, Dick Mcauliffe, Roger Moret, Rick Wise, Deigo Segui, Reggie Cleveland, Rich Miller, Bobby Montgomery and Butch Hobson. Due to the rare nature of this photograph and the collection of signatures it carries we must charge your credit card for the full amount immediately upon taking your order. This will ensure we reserve this piece of baseball history for you. We will confirm you order by Email. This item is in stock now and ready to ship – get it in time for the holidays.