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Keep the Faith - Fenway Park, 2004 World Series - Rob Arra Poster

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Game 1 of the 2004 World Series between the Cardinals and Red Sox was truly a fall classic. This vivid panoramic print was taken during the 7th inning of that game and shows, in perfect focus, Mike Timlin throwing a pitch to Scott Rolen. Photographer Rob Arra does a superb job at showing the excitement in Fenway Park that night, even capturing the "Go Sox" motto written in lights on the Prudential Tower beyond right field.
Keep the Faith Fenway Park Panorama by Rob Arra

Keep the Faith

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Framed Keep the Faith Print

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

The caption reads:
Keep the Faith
October 23, 2004
2004 World Series Game 1
The Rob Arra Collection

The frame is made of a black composite resin.

More background information about this print...

Keep the Faith - Fenway Park

The first game of the 2004 World Series was pivotal to the Red Sox reversing the infamous Curse of the Bambino. Boston jumped out to a 7-2 lead over St. Louis, but the Cardinals had rallied to tie the game at 7 by the time Rolen stepped to the plate against Timlin in the 7th inning, which is when Rob Arra took this photo from the 3rd baseline. Timlin retired Rolen on a fly ball to center field and, rather than complete their collapse, the Red Sox regained their composure and went on to win Game 1 by a score of 11-9. The final scores of all four World Series games are listed on the bottom right corner of the poster.

This ballpark panoramic photo was taken by Massachusetts native Rob Arra, who specializes in ballpark photography. Rob's one-of-a-kind photos are taken with a specialized camera system that eliminates the blurring and striation often present in panoramic photographs.