1968 World Series Artwork: Magnet

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(6" x 4" Vinyl)

The 1968 World Series was the 65th edition of the World Series, it was a best-of-seven playoff between American League champion Detroit Tigers and the National League champion (and defending World Series champion) St. Louis Cardinals. The Tigers won in seven games for their first championship since 1945, and the third in their history. The Tigers came back from a three-games-to-one deficit to win three consecutive games, largely on the arm of Mickey Lolich, who was named World Series Most Valuable Player; as of 2019, he remains the last pitcher to earn three complete-game victories in a single World Series. In his third appearance in the Series, Lolich had to pitch after only two days' rest in the deciding Game 7, because regular-season 31-game winner Denny McLain was moved up to Game 6 – also on two days' rest. This was also the final World Series played prior to MLB's 1969 expansion, which coincided with the introduction of divisional play and the League Championship Series.
Product details
Using the fridge as a bulletin board for lists, messages and photos looks spectacular with vinyl laminate magnets featuring your favorite team, event or athlete. Artwork has been reproduced from the original and has been digitally restored, framed, and enhanced for vibrant color. It will be easier to tackle your honey-do list with your favorite team cheering you on.
  • Vinyl Laminate
  • Strong and durable; 20 mil magnetic material to maintain strength and texture
  • UV-durable and scratch resistant coating finishes
  • Lightweight, easy to care for and clean
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