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1970 National League Championship Series Artwork: Canvas

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The 1970 National League Championship Series was a match-up between the East Division champion Pittsburgh Pirates and the West Division champion Cincinnati Reds. The Reds swept the Pirates three games to none and went on to lose the World Series to the Baltimore Orioles. The series was the second NLCS. The series was notable for featuring the first postseason baseball played on artificial turf. It was also the first of ten NLCS series between 1970 and 1980 that featured either of the Pennsylvania-based MLB clubs representing the NL East, the Philadelphia Phillies or the Pittsburgh Pirates. The only time neither team appeared in the NLCS during that period was in 1973, when the New York Mets won the NL East.
Product details
Display your favorite team’s character and history with an edge-to-edge frameless canvas of the highest quality. Artwork has been reproduced from the original and has been digitally restored, framed, enhanced for vibrant color, and rendered over a wooden frame that is light enough to easily hang on any flat surface.
  • Premium canvas print with fade-resistant archival inks
  • Polyester/cotton blend canvas with matte finish
  • Gallery Depth 1.75”
  • Hand-crafted and individually trimmed
  • Made to order in the USA
  • Hanging hardware not included
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