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Papi Pops The Yanks is a 26" x 21" limited edition lithograph by Bill Purdom that captures one of the greatest moments in Red Sox history.

It's 1:22 a.m. on October 18, 2004 and David Ortiz has just swung at a 2-1 pitch from Yankees' reliever Paul Quantrill during Game 4 of the ALCS. The ball will land in the right field bullpen at Fenway Park, giving Boston an amazing come from behind victory over New York.

Big Papi's 12th inning at-bat was the first blow to the Curse, which was shattered in historic fashion as the Red Sox rallied from an 0-3 deficit to stun the Yankees. Ortiz's game winning home run was responsible for the first of eight consecutive postseason victories that ultimately led to the Red Sox's first World Series title in 86 years.

Papi Pops The Yanks

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Papi Pops The Yanks by Bill Purdom

Only 1,000 prints of this limited edition lithograph were produced. Each comes with a certificate of authenticity and is individually numbered and signed by renowned sports artist Bill Purdom, who has painted 78 great moments in baseball history. Lithographs of all 78 of Purdom's paintings are a part of the permanent collection of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

"Ortiz is just a great hitter and he beat me."
Paul Quantrill after Game 4