San Francisco Giants 2010 World Series Champs Commemorative Posters

It was unbelievable, but true: more than 50 years after moving from New York to the Bay Area, the San Francisco Giants had never won a World Series Championship! Not with Willie Mays or Willie McCovey; Orlando Cepeda or Juan Marichal; Will Clark or Kevin Mitchell; Jeff Kent or Barry Bonds. But in 2010, after accumulating a great pitching staff, a rookie catcher, and a band of cast-offs at virtually every other position, San Fran finally did it. The first of the Giants Championship Commemorative posters are on their way to us from the publisher. From Costacos Sports, we present “Champions 2010″ and “Celebration 2010″:

San Francisco Giants "Champions 2010" Commemorative Poster

San Francisco Giants "Champions 2010" Commemorative Poster

San Francisco Giants "Celebration 2010" Commemorative Poster

San Francisco Giants "Celebration 2010" Commemorative Poster

Very, very nice designs this year, featuring Buster Posey, Freddy Sanchez, Edgar Renteria, Tim Lincecum, Matt Cain, Brian Wilson, Madison Bumgarner, Aubrey Huff, Juan Uribe, Pablo Sandoval, Cody Ross, Pat Burrell, Aaron Rowand, Andres Torres, and the rest. We look forward to receiving these in-stock and ready-to-ship by 11/14/2010. For more Giants posters, pennants, prints, and banners, click here to view our full San Francisco Giants Collection.

 

 

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