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Eighty-six years and worth the wait. Boy, was it ever! For Red Sox fans 2004 was finally the year. Nevermore would Red Sox Nation have to "wait 'til next year." This amazing panorama from the lens of Rob Arra captures the first pitch of the final game at Fenway Park during the magical 2004 postseason.
2004 World Series Fenway Park Panorama

86 Years & Worth the Wait

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Framed 86 Years & Worth the Wait Print

 (matted in a black resin frame with high quality plexiglass)
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Print size: 39" x 13½"

The caption reads:
86 Years & Worth the Wait
October 24, 2004
2004 World Series Game 2
The Rob Arra Collection

The frame is made of a black composite resin.

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86 Years & Worth the Wait - First Pitch of 2004 World Series (Game 2)

Curt Schilling's heroics from the 2004 postseason are now legendary and he was on the mound for what turned out to be the final game of the year at Fenway. Schilling started Game 2 of the World Series against the Cardinals by throwing a called strike to Edgar Renteria, and you can see the ball in motion as it approaches home plate.

This panorama of Fenway Park was taken by famed ballpark photographer Rob Arra from the first baseline and the clarity of his print is stunning. In perfect focus you can see everything that was happening at Fenway when Schilling threw the game's first pitch. Even the time (8:17) of that pitch is visible on the ballpark's center field scoreboard!

Scores from all games of the 2004 World Series and ALCS are listed in opposite corners at the bottom of the print, making 86 Years & Worth the Wait the perfect memento of the most unforgettable season in Red Sox history.