We told you about MLB’s new massive boxed set of World Series DVDs. Two full days worth of viewing highlights of Series games going back decades. That version is available for less than $200, but if you have a fan on your Christmas list who deserves something better…and you’ve had a good year in the income department, consider this:
A limited-edition, autographed version of “The Official World Series Film Collection”. It can be yours for $2299. 12 World Series legends have added their signatures to the package (and you’ll also get a special custom case). Only 100 copies of the autographed version will be available and each signature carries authentication by Mounted Memories.
Each player has signed the collection in gold ink including:
Yogi Berra: Most World Series Championships, most hits, most doubles, singles, putouts, and he guided Don Larsen to the only Perfect Game in World Series history.
Bob Gibson: Two-time World Series MVP, most strikeouts in a World Series game (17) and totaled 92 Ks in 81 innings pitched.
Reggie Jackson: “Mr. October” blasted 10 Fall Classic Home runs including three in a row on three pitches in 1977.
Johnny Bench: Driver of the Big Red Machine and defensive titan, he won the 1976 World Series MVP after batting .533 with two home runs.
Whitey Ford: The “Chairman of the Board” holds numerous World Series pitching records including: most strikeouts (94), most wins (10), innings (146), WS games (22).
Plus…Brooks Robinson, Carlton Fisk, Mike Schmidt, Bob Feller, Rollie Fingers, Gary Carter, and Bruce Sutter.
The 65 Fall Classic films in the Collection showcase memorable World Series moments including:
# The Perfect Game: Don Larsen, 1956
# Series-ending home run: Bill Mazeroski, 1960
# Three-consecutive home runs: Reggie Jackson, 1977
# Game-winning home run: Kirk Gibson, 1988
# Series-ending home run: Joe Carter, 1993
# History-changing victory: Red Sox, 2004
Each set is individually numbered and marked with a sequentially coded hologram which can be reviewed online to ensure that the product purchased is authentic.
Or…you could stick with the unautographed version.